HomeEnvironmental Science Quiz Statistical Approaches and Modelling in Environmental Sciences Practice Test | Environmental Science Quiz 1.To find out the degree of linearrelationship between age and height of trees, the parameter to be estimated is Standard error median Standard deviation correlation coefficient 2.Which of the following is a normal variable? Level of rainfall (Mild, Moderate, Severe) Blood group type (A,B, AB, O) Height of a tree Socio-economic status (Low,Middle, High) 3.Time clocked by an athlete in a 100m race is an example of which type of variable?' Discrete Oridnal Continuous Normal 4.Which of the following measures of skewness is based on the distance of upper and lower quartiles from median value in a dataset Karl pearson's coefficient of skewness Kelly's measure of skewness" Bowley's coefficient of skewnwss Coefficient of skewnwss based on moments 5.Graphically depicting a group of numerical data through their Quartile is Histogram Pie chart Frequency polygon Box plot 6.A good sample design should result in: A truly representative sample unsystematic bias A truly represntative sample Highly varied sampling error 7.The term parameter is attribute associated with the data pertaining to Sample Population Descriptive statistics Sampling technique 8.Which one of the following conditions would indicate that the daataset is not bell shaped? The mean is much smaller than medium The range is equal to five times the standard divation The range is larger than interquartile range Development of community walls 9.The following statistical test is used to ascenrtain whether there is significant difference between the variances of two sets of observations t-test f-test chi square test Regression 10.In symmetrical distribution Pattern Building construction project Oil refinery project Conservator Of Forests Chief secretary of the Goverment Score = Correct answers: Practice more: Practice Test on Environmental Science Tags: Environmental Science Quiz UGC NET Environmental Science Practice Test Facebook Twitter