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## Research aptitude

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Question 1 |

Mean | |

Median | |

Mode | |

Range |

Question 2 |

Mean | |

Median | |

Mode | |

Range |

Question 3 |

Central tendency and common tendency | |

Mutually exclusive and mutually exhaustive properties | |

Descriptive and inferential | |

Positive skew and negative skew |

Question 4 |

Invoicing irregularities | |

Avoiding legal liability | |

Misrepresenting results | |

Seeking permission for entry |

Question 5 |

Multiple Operationalism | |

Multiple construct measurement | |

Operationalism | |

Methods triangulation |

Question 6 |

Instrumentation | |

Maturation | |

Regression | |

None of above |

Question 7 |

Ogive. | |

Hysterogram. | |

Histogram. | |

Bar diagram. |

Question 8 |

Arithmetic mean | |

Mode | |

Median | |

Quartile |

Question 9 |

The square root of the product of N. | |

The third root of the product of N values. | |

The fourth root of the product of N values. | |

The Nth root of the product of N values. |

Question 10 |

The reciprocal of the arithmetic average of the reciprocals of the values of its various items. | |

The reciprocal of the arithmetic average of the values of various items. | |

Always ill-defined. | |

None of above |

Question 11 |

Range | |

Standard deviation | |

Quartile deviation | |

All of the above . |

Question 12 |

Range | |

Average deviation | |

Standard deviation | |

Quartile deviation. |

Question 13 |

Mean. | |

Mode. | |

Median. | |

GM. |

Question 14 |

Quartile deviation. | |

Range | |

Standard deviation | |

Mean deviation. |

Question 15 |

Range | |

Standard deviation | |

Quartile deviation | |

All of the above . |

Question 16 |

You do demographic research | |

The study fails | |

Some participants do not complete the study | |

The study is very brief |

Question 17 |

Measures are unambiguous quantities, whereas indicators are devised from common sense understandings. | |

Indicators have a more direct relationship to the underlying concept than measures. | |

Measures are intuitively devised and then applied as if they were direct indicators of a concept. | |

Indicators are unambiguous quantities, whereas measures are subjective and value-laden. |

Question 18 |

Reliability | |

Accuracy | |

Internal validity | |

Validity |

Question 19 |

Categorize | |

Distance | |

Order | |

Unique origin |

Question 20 |

Ordinal data can be rank ordered, but interval/ratio data cannot. | |

The distance between categories is equal across the range of interval/ration data | |

Interval/ratio variables contain only two categories. | |

Ordinal variables have a fixed zero point, whereas interval/ratio variables do not. |

Question 21 |

A comparison of two or more variables over a long period of time | |

The collection of data from more than one case at one moment in time | |

One that is devised when the researcher is in a bad mood | |

A study of one particular section of society, e.g. the middle classes |

Question 22 |

They are the most stable and are foundations for more advanced statistical analysis | |

They are the most simple to calculate with large data sets | |

They provide nominally scaled data | |

None of the above |

Question 23 |

Regression analysis | |

Regression coefficient | |

Regression equation | |

Regression line |

Question 24 |

Mean | |

Median | |

Mode | |

All of the above |

Question 25 |

Bar graphs | |

Pie graphs | |

Line graphs | |

Scatter plots |

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