## Measure of Dispersion MCQS

**UKPSC Assistant Accountant Exam**

**Total Marks in this Section: 06 Marks**

In this Post You will get **Measure of Dispersion MCQS**Â for **UKPSC Assistant Accountant Exam**. This **UKPSC Assistant Accountant exam** is conducted every year by Uttarakhand Government.

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Question Paper Consists of Two Parts – Section A (Commerce and Management) and Section B – Hindi. Section A Consists of 80 Questions and Section B Consists of 20 Questions.

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**1. Which of the following is regarded as best measure of dispersion?**

a) Range.

b) MD.

c) QD.

d) SD.

**Ans: d) SD.**

**2. Which of the following is absolute measure of dispersion?**

a) Range.

b) MD.

c) Lorenz curve.

d) All of the above.

**Ans: d) All of the above.**

**3. Which of the following is relative measure of dispersion?**

a) Coefficient of MD.

b) Coefficient of QD.

c) Coefficient of Variance.

d) All of the above.

**Ans: d) All of the above.**

**4. In a moderately asymmetrical distribution:**

a) QD < MD < SD.Â

b)QD > MD > SD.

c) SD < MD <QD.

d) MD <QD < SD.

**Ans: a) QD < MD < SD.Â **

**5. Standard deviation can be calculated from which average?**

a) Mean.

b) Median.

c) Mode.

d) HM.

**Ans: a) Mean.**

**6. The measure of variation that is least affected by extreme observations is: **

a) Range,

b) Mean deviation,

c) Standard deviation,

d) Quartile deviation,

**Ans: b) Mean deviation.**

**7. When mean is 79 and variance is 64, then C.V. will be:**

a) 10.

b) 10.20.

c) 10.26.

d) 10.36.

**Ans: c) 10.26.**

**[DTS Quotes: Use formula sd/mean*100. SD is the square root of variance.]**

**8. If in a series the coefficient of variation is 20 and mean 40, the standard deviation shall be**

a) 10.

b) 8.

c) 10.26.

d) 10.36.

**Ans: b) 8.**

**[DTS Quotes: Use formula Sd/mean*100. SD is the square root of variance.]**

**9. Mean deviation is least when deviations are taken from:**

a) Mean.

b) Median.

c) Mode.

d) HM.

**Ans: b) Median.**

**10. If Q1 = 30 and Q2 = 50, the coefficient of quartile deviation shall be:**

a) 0.20.

b)0.21.

c) 0.22.

d) 0.23.

**Ans: b) 0.21.**

**[DTS Quotes: Find Q3 first. Q2 = (Q3+Q1)/2. Use formula QD = (Q3-Q1)/(Q3+Q1).**

**11. Mean +Ïƒcovers: **

a) 68.27% items.

b) 95.45% items.

c) 99.99% items.

d) 99.73% items.

**Ans: a) 68.27% items.**

**12. Mean + 2Ïƒ covers: **

a) 68.27% items.

b) 95.45% items.

c) 99.99% items.

d) 99.73% items.

**Ans: b) 95.45% items.**

**13. Mean + 3Ïƒ covers: **

a) 68.27% items.

b) 95.45% items.

c) 99.99% items.

d) 99.73% items.

**Ans: d) 99.73% items.**

**14. Quartile Deviation is also known as the:**

a) Semi Interquartile range.

b) Co-efficient of variation.

c) range.

d) dispersion.

**Ans: a) Semi Interquartile range.**

**15. The minimum possible value of standard deviation is:**

a) 1.

b) 2.

c) 3.

d) 0.

**Ans: d) 0.**

**16. If SD of X is 5 then SD of 2x â€“ 1will be: **

a) 9.

b) 10.

c) 11.

d) 8.

**Ans: b) 10.**

**17. SD of two given numbers is:**

a) 1/2 (H + L).

b) 1/2 (H – L).

c) 1/2 (H X L).

d) 1/4 (H + L).

**Ans: b) 1/2 (H – L).**

**18. Coefficient of variation is measured in terms of:**

a) Amount.

b) Percentage.

c) Fraction.

d) Unit.

**Ans: b) Percentage.**

**19. Coefficient of variation is the relative measure of:**

a) Range.

b) MD.

c) QD.

d) SD.

**Ans: d) SD.**

**20. The graphical method of studying dispersion is known as:**

a) Standard deviation (SD).

b) Mean deviation (MD).

c) Lorenz curve method.

d) Coefficient of variation (CV).

Ans: c) Lorenz curve method.