The median of a sample will always equal the
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A-mode
B-mean
C-50th percentile
D- all of the above answers are correct

The median of a sample will always equal to the
50th percentile.

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The mean of a sample
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A- is always equal to the mean of the population
B- is always smaller than the mean of the population
C-is computed by summing the data values and dividing the sum by (n - 1)
D- is computed by summing all the data values and dividing the sum by the number of items
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The difference between the largest and the smallest data values is the
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a-variance
b-interquartile range
c-range
d- coefficient of variation

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The difference between the largest and the smallest data values is the RANGE.

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Current Assets minus current liabilities is equal to
(a) Gross working capital
(b) Capital employed
(c) Net worth
(d) Net working capital.

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If the cut off rate of a project is greater than IRR, we may-
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a-Accept the proposal.
b-Reject the proposal.
c-Be neutral about it.
d- Wait for the IRR to increase and match the cut off rate.

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