Direction: Write TRUE if the statement is correct and FALSE if not.
_____ 11. In Algebra, “variable” means one thing – an unknown value, you’ll come across different types of variables in statistics.
_____ 12. a Random Variable is a numerical quantity that is derived from the outcomes of a random experiment.
_____ 13. Continuous random variables represent measured data like height, weight, and temperature.
_____ 14. the appropriate ways of illustrating a probability distribution for a discrete random variable and its properties.
_____ 15. The probability of certain events occurring or not can be important to be applied in real-life problems
_____ 16. Some experiments like tossing a coin, throwing a die, and other activities consist of one or more outcomes.
_____ 17. By similarity with information and relative frequencies, we can characterize the mean of a discrete random variable by utilizing probabilities from its dispersion.
_____ 18. The mean is considered as a measure of the `central location of a random variable.
, is the square root of the Variance.
_____ 20. The common symbol for the mean (also known as the expected value of X)