## EDUC 606 Quiz 5 Liberty University

1. A T-score of 35 would be the same as a z-score of:
2. Eliminating scores near the middle of a distribution cannot affect this statistic:
3. The distance between -.50 and +.50 in z-score units represents how many stanines?
4. Assume that a set of 90 normally distributed test scores has a mean of 70 and a standard deviation of 10. Which of the following represents the highest degree of relative performance?
5. In a frequency polygon, the height of the curve above the baseline represents:
6. The score that is duplicated (repeated) the largest number of times in a set of scores is the:
7. Five students received scores of 10, 12, 14, 16, and 28.  The mean of these scores is:
8. If the correlation between piano-playing ability and proficiency in weight lifting is negative, we would know that if John is a poor piano player, he would likely be:
9. The distribution below is :
10. In a frequency distribution of 290 scores, the mean is 99 and the median is 86. One would expect this distribution to be:
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