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# Applied Statistics MCQ

### An odds ratio is a ratio of the odds for members of two different groups, often used to summarize information about outcomes when the outcome variable is a true dichotomy is known as:

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### For a 2 × 2 table, Cramer’s V is equivalent to the absolute value of the ϕ coefficient and can range from ____________ .

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### ___________ is a correlation (also an effect size) that indexes the strength of association between scores on two true dichotomous variables.

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### Surveys or polls of attitudes or voter intentions often report results in terms of sample proportions called _____________ .

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### A conditional probability is the probability of an outcome on one variable.

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### The overall probability of some outcome (such as survival vs. death) for the entire sample is known as:

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### A column percentage for a cell in a contingency table is found by dividing the cell n by the total number of cases in that column.

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### A Y variable is contingent on an X variable if scores on the Y variable are predictable to some extent from scores on the X variable is known as:

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### A row percentage for a cell in a contingency table is found by dividing the cell n by the total number of cases in that row is called _________ .

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