 # Statistics Questions

Subject Mathematics Applied Statistics

## Question

a. The percentage change over 1 year ago is less volatile than over the 3-month period
b. There are no unusual changes in the price of the stock over a 3-month period.
c. The percentage changes over a 1-year period are skewed to the right.
d. The percentage change over a 1-year period is skewed to the right, excluding outliers.
e. More than ½ of the highest percentage changes over 1-year exceed all of the percentage changes over a 3-month period.
f. At least ¾ of the 3-month period percentage changes fall above the top ¼ of the 1-year percentage changes. ## Solution Preview

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a. The percentage change over 1 year ago is less volatile than over the 3-month period
False, because range of percentage change in 1 year ago is 0.3% and in 3 month period it is about 0.2....

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