Data collection used for a population.

**Census**Correct

Descriptive Statistics is the branch of statistics that involves organizing, displaying and describing data.

**True**Correct

It a characteristic or feature that varies, or changes within a study

**Variable**Correct

It aims to describe various aspects of the data obtained in the study.

**Descriptive Statistics**Correct

It is a variable that goes on the y-axis, or vertical axis.

**Dependent Variable**Correct

It is commonly used for analyzing experiment results, testing their significance and displaying the results accordingly.

**Statistical Method**Correct

It is often based on statements of statistical significance and probability.

**Modern science**Correct

It is the science of uncertainty.

**Probability and Statistics**Correct

It is the scientific study of earthquakes.

**Seismology**Correct

Scientific research rarely leads to absolute certainty.

**True**Correct

Statistics help predicts the future course of action of the phenomena.

**Forecasting**Correct

The mean is sensitive to any change in value, unlike the median and mode, where a change to an extreme or uncommon value usually has no effect.

**True**Correct

The population is not confined to people only, but it may also include animals, events, objects, buildings, etc.

**True**Correct

There are two key variables in every experiment: the dependent variable and the independent variable.

**True**Correct

These are the two main branches of statistics

**Descriptive and Inferential**Correct

This industry use statistical approaches to estimate the number of depositors and their claims for a certain day

**Banking**Correct

Variables are central to any analysis and they do not need to be understood well by the researcher.

**False**Correct

Which is another term for dependent variable?

**Predicted Variable**Correct

Which is considered as qualitative data?

**The texture of a rock**Correct

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