(ANSWERED) HLT362 QUIZ 1
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1. The average of the collected data is known as:n
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n2. Data is defined as:n
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 A data item, such as characteristics, numbers, properties, or quantities, that can be measured or counted.
 A measurement level with equal distances between the points and a zerostarting point.
 Raw unorganized information from which conclusions can be made.
 The extent to which an idea or measurement is wellfounded and an accurate representation of the real world.
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n3. External and internal influences within a study that can affect the validity and reliability of outcomes is called:n
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 Bias
 Demographics
 Standard deviation
 Continuous variables
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n4. If a study is comparing number of falls by age, age is considered what type of variable?n
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 Ratio
 Interval
 Ordinal
 Nominal
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n5. Level of measurement that defines the relationship between things and assigns an order or ranking to each thing is known as:n
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 Nominal
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 Ratio
 Interval
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n6. The subset of the population to be studied is called:n
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 Variable
 Population
 Demographic
 Sample
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n7. A variable is considered:n
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 A data item, such as characteristics, numbers, properties, or quantities, that can be measured or counted.
 Statistics designed to allow the researcher to infer characteristics regarding a population from sample population.
 External and internal influences within a study that can affect the validity and reliability of the outcomes.
 A component of mathematics that looks at gathered data.
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n8. Validity is:n
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 A data item, such as characteristics, numbers, properties, or quantities, that can be measured or counted.
 The extent to which an idea or measurement is wellfounded and an accurate representation of the real world.
 A measurement level with equal distances between the points and a zerostarting point.
 Raw unorganized information from which conclusions can be made.
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n9. When a researcher uses a random sample of 400 to make conclusions about a larger population, this is an example of:n
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 Dependent variables
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 Descriptive statistics
 Inferential statistics
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