Question 1:The Friedman Test uses which of the following distributions to determine the critical value?AT-distributionBChi-square distributionCNormal distributionDF-distributionQuestion 2:The Mann-Whitney test statistic (W) is the sum of the ranks for theAFirst sampleBSecond sampleCBoth samplesDIt doesn’t matterQuestion 3:The Method of Least Squares uses_________________________________ to create the line of best fit which is our regression line.Athe smallest distance of each data point to the lineBthe largest distance from each data point to the lineCthe sum of the squares of each point to the lineDthe difference of each point to the lineQuestion 4:If linear correlation tells how close a relationship our two variables have to a straight line, then linear regression___________________________.Atells us if the correlation is positive or negativeBis the line that best describes that linear relationship between two variablesCwould not applyDwould be positiveQuestion 5:A ____________________ can be used when an analysis shows multiple correlated dependent variables that a belt does not want to test independently.AMANOVABANOVACWOMANOVADAll of the aboveQuestion 6:In the following summary data from a regression analysis, S represents _____________________ and tells us about ______________________.S = 24.2344 R-Sq = 20.8% R-Sq(adj) = 11.0%Athe adjusted mean…how far off the mean isBthe sum of squares…how far off the mean isCthe adjusted sum of squares…our ability to predict a responseDthe sum of squares…our ability to predict a responseQuestion 7:If you had a two-level design and the generators were N = HILM and O = GIKL, what is the defining relationship and resolution?AI = HILMN = GIKLO with a design resolution VBI = HILMN = GIKLO with a design resolution VICI = HILMN = GIKLO = GHKM with a design resolution IVDI = HILMN = GIKLO = GHKMNO with a design resolution VQuestion 8:The Mann-Whitney test uses which of the following to determine if the test statistic is significantAT-testBChi-square testCZ-scoreDF-testQuestion 9:Which of the following analysis tools can tell you if your data collection is missing critical ‘x’s’?AChi-squaredBMultiple regressionCSimple regressionDHypothesis testingQuestion 10:There are two assumptions the Master Black Belt must make when using a two-way ANOVA: the data is normally distributed and______________________________.Ahas a p value of 0.000Bthe populations have equal meansCthe populations have equal variancesDthe samples have equal meansQuestion 11:One of the assumptions for the 1-Sample Proportion test isAFixed number of trialsBIndependentCTwo possible outcomesDSuccess probability is the same for each trialEAll of the criteria (FITS) must be met to use the 1-sample test for proportions.Question 12:The Mood’s Median Test is a nonparametric test that compares the equality ofAA sample median to a known or hypothesized meanBMeans from two populationsCMedians from three or more populationsDVariancesQuestion 13:The nonparametric test that uses a randomized block experiment and is similar to the Two-way ANOVA is theAMood’s Median TestBFriedman TestCMann-Whitney testDLevene’s testQuestion 14:The Mood’s Median Test uses which of the following distributions to determine the critical value?AT-distributionBChi-square distributionCNormal distributionDF-distributionQuestion 15:With 8 factors, how many 5-way interactions are there?A56B35C40D54