Nonparametric procedures can be applied to: A)Categorical data B)Data with an unknown distribution C)Normally-distributed data D)All of these responses are correct

arenceabigns 2020-11-05 Answered
Nonparametric procedures can be applied to:
A)Categorical data
B)Data with an unknown distribution
C)Normally-distributed data
D)All of these responses are correct
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Answered 2020-11-06 Author has 97 answers
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Reason for correct answers:
In general nonparametric statistic procedures are inferential procedures and they are not based on any specific distribution or parameter of the data. These procedures are called as distribution free procedures.
Step 2
Therefore, the nonparametric procedures can be applied to categorical data. Thus, correct option is A) Categorical data.
Reason for incorrect answers:
Here, the nonparametric procedures are distribution free procedures. Therefore, options B, C and D are incorrect.
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