FBQ1: Basics of statistics consists of --------that are used to facilitate the making of decisions
Answer: Tools
FBQ2: Statistics presents the decision-maker with relevant --------
Answer: Facts
FBQ3: In many cases Statistics provides an estimate of the -----------
Answer: Probability
FBQ4: In many cases Statistics provides---------consequences of making a wrong decision
Answer: Monetary
FBQ5: One of the objectives of Statistics is to state the role of statistics in----science.
Answer: Health
FBQ6: The word statistics usually conveys to the ----- man an impression about numerical facts
Answer: Lay
FBQ7: Methodology of collection and collation of data is called ____
Answer: Statistics
FBQ8: ------ statistics is a part of Biostatistics, which is a broader science.
Answer: Medical
FBQ9: Health Statistics deal with health and ill health of the-----population
Answer: Human
FBQ10: When facts dealing with only births, deaths, marriages, divorces is called ---------------Statistics
Answer: Vital
FBQ11: --------- is the study which deals with the study of human population.
Answer: Demography
FBQ12: Scientific research is a -------attempt to provide answers to certain questions
Answer: Systematic
FBQ13: The purpose of research is to discover and develop an organised body of knowledge through application of -------------------------
Answer: Scientific procedures
FBQ14: An honest, exhaustive, intelligent searching for facts is called ------
Answer: Research
FBQ15: All research should generally aim at gaining new ----------
Answer: Knowledge
FBQ16: Researcher always tries to answer a question or relate two or more ----under study
Answer: Variables
FBQ17: Research is always based upon -------- or observable evidence
Answer: Empirical
FBQ18: Research involves precise observation and ----------------description
Answer: Accurate
FBQ19: The researcher selects reliable and valid ____
Answer: Instruments
FBQ20: After collection of data ------measures is used to describe the results
Answer: Statistical
FBQ21: Research gives emphasis to the development of
Answer: Theories
FBQ22: On the basis of the sample ----------------, the researcher tries to make sound generalisations
Answer: Columns
FBQ23: Study Sample led to generalisations regarding the ------------------
Answer: Whole Population
FBQ24: Research is characterised by systematic objective and -----------------
Answer: Logical procedures
FBQ25: The researcher tries to eliminate his------ and makes every possible effort to ensure objectivity
Answer: Bias
FBQ26: The research procedures adopted should conform to the accepted-------- basis
Answer: Scientific
FBQ27: All cause and-------for a particular phenomenon should be substantiated with
Answer: Effect
FBQ28: Whenever the ------ is confronted with difficult questions, he must not answer them hurriedly
Answer: Researcher
FBQ29: ----- uses predictions probabilistic.
Answer: Research
FBQ30: Statistics is a ------------method which constitutes a useful
Answer: Scientific
FBQ31: The methods of ----- are useful in an ever-widening range of human activities.
Answer: Statistics
FBQ32: Statistical investigations help researchers in finding location-----------errors
Answer: Standard
FBQ33: Statistics is an ----------part of logica1 research since it deals with various numerical aspects
Answer: Integral
FBQ34: Inherent feature of all biological observations is their -------
Answer: Variability
FBQ35: Statistical quantities serve as------- for the measurement of health of a community
Answer: Indices
FBQ36: --------are useful in comparing the health status of group from one place to the other or from one season or period to the other.
Answer: Indicators
FBQ37: ------------methodologies are useful in the evaluation of health care delivery system
Answer: Statistical
FBQ38: Statistical methodologies play a vital role in --------and interpretation of epidemiological studies
Answer: Planning
FBQ39: Sophisticated statistical methodologies help in evolving suitable models for the --------of health care activities
Answer: Delivery
FBQ40: Statistics is indeed a ------------science pertaining to the collection
Answer: Mathematical
FBQ41: Educators and researchers use terminology such as --------------reasoning
Answer: Statistical
FBQ42: Data may be classified as Qualitative or ------
Answer: Quantitative
FBQ43: Gender is a good example of ------ data
Answer: Qualitative
FBQ44: Quantitative values include haemoglobin level or white blood cell count. True or false?
Answer: True
FBQ45: Quantitative data can be further classified into two kinds, namely Discrete and-------
Answer: Continuous
FBQ46: When the variable under observation can take only fixed values in a given range, it is known as ---------- variable
Answer: Discrete
FBQ47: The variable that can take any value in the given range of numbers, the data is called --------- data
Answer: Continuous
FBQ48: When data are collected from main source, it is known as -------- data
Answer: Primary
FBQ49: ____ data are those which are collected from data already available from other sources
Answer: Secondary
FBQ50: Interview method is not the most commonly used method in field studies. True or false
Answer: False
MCQ1: Statistics tools are used as the sole basis for a decision.
Answer: Rarely
MCQ2: Which of the following is not an indispensable component of decision making in Statistics
Answer: Framework
MCQ3: Which of the following is not overall Aim of Statistics
Answer: Role of Statistics in Health Systems
MCQ4: Numerical fact are all except
Answer: Trauma
MCQ5: Which of the following does not apply to scientific definition of statistics?
Answer: Interpretation
MCQ6: In Pie diagram all are applicable except
Answer: Useful for Quantitative data
MCQ7: Because the total angle at the centre of the circle is equal to certain degree
Answer: 360
MCQ8: A pie chart can be used to illustrate the figures below Except
Answer: Families with infinity dependent child 20.5%
MCQ9: The word sample means
Answer: A portion or a part of the options
MCQ10: A sample can be selected broadly in two ways
Answer: In two ways
MCQ11: Sample surveys are also conducted to know the demographic data of the community include all of the following except
Answer: Mortality Rate
MCQ12: Investigations of Factors Influencing Health include all but
Answer: Motility
MCQ13: Sample surveys are useful to estimate the effect of health measures in which if the following
Answer: control of tuberculosis
MCQ14: Studies on the Administrative Aspects of Health Services is used for
Answer: Planning
MCQ15: Advance data are useful exceptionally from
Answer: Sample surveys
MCQ16: In census enumeration
Answer: All units are covered
MCQ17: In Sampling enumeration
Answer: Only specified units are covered
MCQ18: In Sampling enumeration is useful when information about
Answer: Population is required
MCQ19: In census
Answer: Cost of organisation is high
MCQ20: Which of the following is applicable in census enumeration
Answer: Greater attention cannot be paid for each unit of population
MCQ21: Which of the following is applicable in sample enumeration
Answer: Completeness and accuracy can be achieved by more persistent efforts
MCQ22: Which of the following is applicable in sample enumeration
Answer: Requires less personnel and time for collection and analysis.
MCQ23: In Census enumeration it
Answer: Will be difficult to Achieve completeness and accuracy.
MCQ24: The sample size is calculated by the formula. n = (4pq/L2)
Answer: n is the required sample size
MCQ25: The sample size is calculated by the formula. n = (4pq/L2)
Answer: p is the approximate prevalence rate of the disease for which the survey is being conducted
MCQ26: The sample size is calculated by the formula. n = (4pq/L2)
Answer: q = (1 — p)
MCQ27: The sample size is calculated by the formula. n = (4pq/L2). L stand for
Answer: L is the permissible error in the estimate of p
MCQ28: Given probability level of P = 0.05 mean
Answer: Error of L and is true in 95 out of 100 samples
MCQ29: The sample size is calculated by the formula. n = (t 2 x s2) / e2
Answer: To obtain information on quantitative data
MCQ30: The sample size is calculated by the formula. n = (t 2 x s2) / e2
Answer: n is the desired sample size
MCQ31: The sample size is calculated by the formula. n = (t 2 x s2) / e2
Answer: Edit Fitzgerald
MCQ32: The sample size is calculated by the formula. n = (t 2 x s2) / e2
Answer: s is the standard deviation of observations
MCQ33: The sample size is calculated by the formula. n = (t 2 x s2) / e2
Answer: e is the permissible error in the estimation of mean difference
MCQ34: The sample size is calculated by the formula. n = (t 2 x s2) / e2
Answer: t is the value of t‘ statistic at cx level from t‘ tables
MCQ35: Sampling errors means
Answer: Faulty in sampling design
MCQ36: These errors can be reduced and estimated
Answer: Through sampling techniques
MCQ37: The non-sampling errors are as follows
Answer: None of the options
MCQ38: Coverage Errors occurred
Answer: Due to non-response
MCQ39: Coverage Errors occurred in bio statistics due to
Answer: Non-co-operation
MCQ40: Observational error in statistics are due to
Answer: Interviewer‘s bias
MCQ41: Observational error in statistics are due to
Answer: imperfect experimental techniques
MCQ42: Processing Errors are due to
Answer: Theoretical errors in statistical analysis.
MCQ43: Processing Errors are due to
Answer: Clerical errors
MCQ44: Processing Errors are due to
Answer: computational errors
MCQ45: Mean refers to
Answer: Arithmetic average
MCQ46: Mean is calculated from the formula;
Answer: Sum of all the observations of the data divided by Number of observations in the data
MCQ47: x = (Σxi)/n where x means
Answer: x is the symbol for mean.
MCQ48: x = (Σxi)/n where x is means
Answer: Xi, is the value of each observation in the data
MCQ49: x = (Σxi)/n where x is means n stand for
Answer: n is the number of observations in the data
MCQ50: The Systolic blood pressure in mm Hg of ten students are as follows 115, 117, 121, 120, 118, 122, 123, 116, 118, 120 what is the mean
Answer: 119 mm Hg