Q21 The scientific method for collection, summarization, presentation, analysis and interpretation of medical related data is called
Q22 The two types of statistics are:
Q23 All qualitative variables are measured on ——-scale
Q24 The difference between the largest and smallest scores of ungrouped data is the—
Q25 The scores of 5 students in an examination are: 6, 5, 8, 7 and 4. Find the variance
Q26 The scores of 5 students in an examination are: 6, 5, 8, 7 and 4. Find the standard deviation
Q27 Coefficient of variation can be defined as
Q28 In census, the approach whereby each individual is counted at the place he is found at the time of the census is called
Q29 The United Nations recommends that the census should seek the following information except
Q30 The first modern census that is, a continuing complete count taken accurately at regular intervals began in
Q31 Five dices are tossed together, what is total number of outcome expected from this experiment?
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?
Q33 In all aspects of health manpower planning, the following are essential resources except
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?
Q35 . Two dices are tossed together, what is the probability of having a multiple of 12?
Q36 . It is important to note that manpower requirement varies from hospital to hospital depending on factors such as:
Q37 NPI has the responsibility to effectively control through immunization and provision of
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.
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Q40 NPI is a parastatal under