# Probability Theory & Statistics Conventions Quiz

SilentEmerald
·
·

Start Quiz

Study Flashcards

## 10 Questions

### Which of the following is a commonly used convention in probability theory for representing random variables?

Random variables are written in upper case roman letters.

### Which of the following notations is used to represent a particular realization of a random variable?

Lower case roman letters

P(X ≤ x)

P

### What does the notation P(X ∈ A) represent?

P(X takes values in A)

### Which of the following statements about the coefficient of multiple correlation is true?

A value of 1 for the coefficient of multiple correlation indicates that the predictions are exactly correct.

### What does a coefficient of multiple correlation value of 0 indicate?

The independent variables are not good predictors of the dependent variable.

### What is the relationship between the coefficient of multiple correlation and the coefficient of determination?

The coefficient of multiple correlation is the square root of the coefficient of determination.

### What does a coefficient of multiple correlation value of 1 indicate?

The predictions are exactly correct.

### What is the range of values for the coefficient of multiple correlation?

0 to 1

Test your knowledge of probability theory and statistics conventions with this quiz. Learn about the notation used for random variables and their realizations.

## Make Your Own Quizzes and Flashcards

Convert your notes into interactive study material.

## More Quizzes Like This

12 questions
12 questions
12 questions
Use Quizgecko on...
Browser
Information:
Success:
Error: