NOUN TMA Questions and Answers: PHS210 - Introduction to Biostatistics

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Q1 The scientific method for collection, summarization, presentation, analysis and interpretation of medical related data is called

Biostatistics

Q2 The two types of statistics are:

Descriptive and inferential statis tics

Q3 All qualitative variables are measured on -------scale

Normin al

Q4 The difference between the largest and smallest scores of ungrouped data is the---

Range

Q5 The scores of 5 students in an examination are: 6, 5, 8, 7 and 4. Find the variance

2

Q6 The scores of 5 students in an examination are: 6, 5, 8, 7 and 4. Find the standard deviation

$$\sqrt(2)$$

Q7 Coefficient of variation can be defined as

$$(\frac{arithematic mean}{standard deviat ion})\times 100$$

Q8 In census, the approach whereby each individual is counted at the place he is found at the time of the census is called

de facto

Q9 The United Nations recommends that the census should seek the following information except

wei ght

Q10 The first modern census that is, a continuing complete count taken accurately at regular intervals began in

Massachusetts in 1764

Q11 Probability is not the degree of possibility of an event

Incorrec t

Q12 Descriptive measurement obtained from a whole population is termed as

param eter

Q13 The five key resources of an organization includes the following except

Monitoring

Q14 Manpower planning should form an integral part of five organizational structures.

Yes

Q15 Two dices are tossed together, what is the probability of having a multiple of 12.

422 48

Q16 Four elements (A,B,C, and D)required to produce a drug for Ebola virus treatment are to be mix in the ratio 1:2:4:5, if this information is to represented on a pie chart, what angle will element C represented with on the pie chart?

120 degree s

Q17 . Diphthcria, Pertusis and Tetanus diseases are prevented with the use of a vaccine called

DPT

Q18 In a of set of observation is called, the element that occurs most frequent is called the

mode

Q19 Descriptive measurement obtained from a whole population is termed as

param eter

Q20 What is the probability of having sum of seven in the throwing of a pair of dice once?

$$\frac{1}{6}$$

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Q21 The scientific method for collection, summarization, presentation, analysis and interpretation of medical related data is called

Biostatistics

Q22 The two types of statistics are:

Descriptive and inferential statis tics

Q23 All qualitative variables are measured on -------scale

Normin al

Q24 The difference between the largest and smallest scores of ungrouped data is the---

Range

Q25 The scores of 5 students in an examination are: 6, 5, 8, 7 and 4. Find the variance

2

Q26 The scores of 5 students in an examination are: 6, 5, 8, 7 and 4. Find the standard deviation

$$\sqrt(2)$$

Q27 Coefficient of variation can be defined as

$$(\frac{arithematic mean}{standard deviatio n})\times 100$$

Q28 In census, the approach whereby each individual is counted at the place he is found at the time of the census is called

de facto

Q29 The United Nations recommends that the census should seek the following information except

wei ght

Q30 The first modern census that is, a continuing complete count taken accurately at regular intervals began in

Massachusetts in 1764

Q31 Five dices are tossed together, what is total number of outcome expected from this experiment?

777 6

Q32 The number of admitted Nursing students of NOUN in five states are 28, 35,25,30,27. What is the range of the admitted Nurses in five states?

10

Q33 In all aspects of health manpower planning, the following are essential resources except

Erection of shops in the hospital.

Q34 Fifty Biology students were asked how often they attended the staff clinic during the last year. They gave the following responses as represented in table 1 : How many of the students attended the clinic trice

or more?

20

Q35 . Two dices are tossed together, what is the probability of having a multiple of 12?

$$\frac{1}{9}$$

Q36 . It is important to note that manpower requirement varies from hospital to hospital depending on factors such as:

striking Doctors

Q37 NPI has the responsibility to effectively control through immunization and provision of

malaria

Q38 Find the probability that in a pig family of 4 offspring there will be at least 1 male and 1 female offspring?. Assume that the probability of a male offspring is 0.5.

$$\frac{7}{8}$$

Q39 The following are sample techniques exceptââ??¬¦ââ??¬¦ââ??¬¦ââ??¬¦ââ??¬¦

Descriptive

Q40 NPI is a parastatal under

FMOH

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Q21 The scientific method for collection, summarization, presentation, analysis and interpretation of medical related data is called

Biostatistics

Q22 The two types of statistics are:

Descriptive and inferential statis tics

Q23 All qualitative variables are measured on -------scale

Normin al

Q24 The difference between the largest and smallest scores of ungrouped data is the---

Range

Q25 The scores of 5 students in an examination are: 6, 5, 8, 7 and 4. Find the variance

2

Q26 The scores of 5 students in an examination are: 6, 5, 8, 7 and 4. Find the standard deviation

$$\sqrt(2)$$

Q27 Coefficient of variation can be defined as

$$(\frac{arithematic mean}{standard deviatio n})\times 100$$

Q28 In census, the approach whereby each individual is counted at the place he is found at the time of the census is called

de facto

Q29 The United Nations recommends that the census should seek the following information except

wei ght

Q30 The first modern census that is, a continuing complete count taken accurately at regular intervals began in

Massachusetts in 1764

Q31 Five dices are tossed together, what is total number of outcome expected from this experiment?

777 6

Q32 The number of admitted Nursing students of NOUN in five states are 28, 35,25,30,27. What is the range of the admitted Nurses in five states?

10

Q33 In all aspects of health manpower planning, the following are essential resources except

Erection of shops in the hospital.

Q34 Fifty Biology students were asked how often they attended the staff clinic during the last year. They gave the following responses as represented in table 1 : How many of the students attended the clinic trice

or more?

20

Q35 . Two dices are tossed together, what is the probability of having a multiple of 12?

$$\frac{1}{9}$$

Q36 . It is important to note that manpower requirement varies from hospital to hospital depending on factors such as:

striking Doctors

Q37 NPI has the responsibility to effectively control through immunization and provision of

malaria

Q38 Find the probability that in a pig family of 4 offspring there will be at least 1 male and 1 female offspring?. Assume that the probability of a male offspring is 0.5.

$$\frac{7}{8}$$

Q39 The following are sample techniques exceptââ??¬¦ââ??¬¦ââ??¬¦ââ??¬¦ââ??¬¦

Descriptive

Q40 NPI is a parastatal under

FMOH

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Q41 Coefficient of variation can be defined as

$$(\frac{arithematic mean}{standard deviatio n})\times 100$$

Q42 In census, the approach whereby each individual is counted at the place he is found at the time of the census is called

de facto

Q43 The United Nations recommends that the census should seek the following information except

wei ght

Q44 The first modern census that is, a continuing complete count taken accurately at regular intervals began in

Massachusetts in 1764

Q45 The scientific method for collection, summarization, presentation, analysis and interpretation of medical related data is called

Biostatistics

Q46 The two types of statistics are:

Descriptive and inferential statis tics

Q47 All qualitative variables are measured on -------scale

Normin al

Q48 The difference between the largest and smallest scores of ungrouped data is the---

Range

Q49 The scores of 5 students in an examination are: 6, 5, 8, 7 and 4. Find the variance

2

Q50 The scores of 5 students in an examination are: 6, 5, 8, 7 and 4. Find the standard deviation

$$\sqrt(2)$$

Q51 In Nigeria, the first census of the colony of Lagos was taken in

1866

Q52 One of the following is a probability sample

cluster

Q53 An essential part of the technical process in the statistical analysis of data is

tabulation

Q54 The 1787 American constitution made provision for a national census every

10 years

Q55 Out of 1000 families with 4 children each, how many would you expect to have at least 1 boy, given that the probability of a female birth is 0.5

938

Q56 Fifty Biology students were asked how often they attended the staff clinic during the last year. They gave the following responses as represented in table 1. How many of the students attended the clinic only

twice ?

17

Q57 the following are some of the problems that militate against accurate census except

experimental

Q58 Problems of experimental survey include all but one of the following

before- after

Q59 ââ??¬¦ââ??¬¦ââ??¬¦ââ??¬¦ââ??¬¦.. is the technical procedure by which data are categorized

coding

Q60 All but one of the following are examples of graphs

Venn diag ram

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Q41 Coefficient of variation can be defined as

$$(\frac{arithematic mean}{standard deviatio n})\times 100$$

Q42 In census, the approach whereby each individual is counted at the place he is found at the time of the census is called

de facto

Q43 The United Nations recommends that the census should seek the following information except

wei ght

Q44 The first modern census that is, a continuing complete count taken accurately at regular intervals began in

Massachusetts in 1764

Q45 The scientific method for collection, summarization, presentation, analysis and interpretation of medical related data is called

Biostatistics

Q46 The two types of statistics are:

Descriptive and inferential statis tics

Q47 All qualitative variables are measured on -------scale

Normin al

Q48 The difference between the largest and smallest scores of ungrouped data is the---

Range

Q49 The scores of 5 students in an examination are: 6, 5, 8, 7 and 4. Find the variance

2

Q50 The scores of 5 students in an examination are: 6, 5, 8, 7 and 4. Find the standard deviation

$$\sqrt(2)$$

Q51 In Nigeria, the first census of the colony of Lagos was taken in

1866

Q52 One of the following is a probability sample

cluster

Q53 An essential part of the technical process in the statistical analysis of data is

tabulation

Q54 The 1787 American constitution made provision for a national census every

10 years

Q55 Out of 1000 families with 4 children each, how many would you expect to have at least 1 boy, given that the probability of a female birth is 0.5

938

Q56 Fifty Biology students were asked how often they attended the staff clinic during the last year. They gave the following responses as represented in table 1. How many of the students attended the clinic only

twice ?

17

Q57 the following are some of the problems that militate against accurate census except

experimental

Q58 Problems of experimental survey include all but one of the following

before- after

Q59 ââ??¬¦ââ??¬¦ââ??¬¦ââ??¬¦ââ??¬¦.. is the technical procedure by which data are categorized

coding

Q60 All but one of the following are examples of graphs

Venn diag ram

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Q61 The scientific method for collection, summarization, presentation, analysis and interpretation of medical related data is called

Biostatistics

Q62 The two types of statistics are:

Descriptive and inferential statis tics

Q63 All qualitative variables are measured on -------scale

Normin al

Q64 The difference between the largest and smallest scores of ungrouped data is the---

Range

Q65 The scores of 5 students in an examination are: 6, 5, 8, 7 and 4. Find the variance

2

Q66 The scores of 5 students in an examination are: 6, 5, 8, 7 and 4. Find the standard deviation

$$\sqrt(2)$$

Q67 Coefficient of variation can be defined as

$$(\frac{arithematic mean}{standard deviatio n})\times 100$$

Q68 In census, the approach whereby each individual is counted at the place he is found at the time of the census is called

de facto

Q69 The United Nations recommends that the census should seek the following information except

wei ght

Q70 The first modern census that is, a continuing complete count taken accurately at regular intervals began in

Massachusetts in 1764

Q71 The scientific method for collection, summarization, presentation, analysis and interpretation of medical related data is called

Biostatistics

Q72 The two types of statistics are:

Descriptive and inferential statis tics

Q73 All qualitative variables are measured on -------scale

Normin al

Q74 The difference between the largest and smallest scores of ungrouped data is the---

Range

Q75 The scores of 5 students in an examination are: 6, 5, 8, 7 and 4. Find the variance

2

Q76 The scores of 5 students in an examination are: 6, 5, 8, 7 and 4. Find the standard deviation

$$\sqrt(2)$$

Q77 Coefficient of variation can be defined as

$$(\frac{arithematic mean}{standard deviatio n})\times 100$$

Q78 In census, the approach whereby each individual is counted at the place he is found at the time of the census is called

de facto

Q79 The United Nations recommends that the census should seek the following information except

wei ght

Q80 The first modern census that is, a continuing complete count taken accurately at regular intervals began in

Massachusetts in 1764

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Q61 The scientific method for collection, summarization, presentation, analysis and interpretation of medical related data is called

Biostatistics

Q62 The two types of statistics are:

Descriptive and inferential statis tics

Q63 All qualitative variables are measured on -------scale

Normin al

Q64 The difference between the largest and smallest scores of ungrouped data is the---

Range

Q65 The scores of 5 students in an examination are: 6, 5, 8, 7 and 4. Find the variance

2

Q66 The scores of 5 students in an examination are: 6, 5, 8, 7 and 4. Find the standard deviation

$$\sqrt(2)$$

Q67 Coefficient of variation can be defined as

$$(\frac{arithematic mean}{standard deviatio n})\times 100$$

Q68 In census, the approach whereby each individual is counted at the place he is found at the time of the census is called

de facto

Q69 The United Nations recommends that the census should seek the following information except

wei ght

Q70 The first modern census that is, a continuing complete count taken accurately at regular intervals began in

Massachusetts in 1764

Q71 The scientific method for collection, summarization, presentation, analysis and interpretation of medical related data is called

Biostatistics

Q72 The two types of statistics are:

Descriptive and inferential statis tics

Q73 All qualitative variables are measured on -------scale

Normin al

Q74 The difference between the largest and smallest scores of ungrouped data is the---

Range

Q75 The scores of 5 students in an examination are: 6, 5, 8, 7 and 4. Find the variance

2

Q76 The scores of 5 students in an examination are: 6, 5, 8, 7 and 4. Find the standard deviation

$$\sqrt(2)$$

Q77 Coefficient of variation can be defined as

$$(\frac{arithematic mean}{standard deviatio n})\times 100$$

Q78 In census, the approach whereby each individual is counted at the place he is found at the time of the census is called

de facto

Q79 The United Nations recommends that the census should seek the following information except

wei ght

Q80 The first modern census that is, a continuing complete count taken accurately at regular intervals began in

Massachusetts in 1764

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