# MCQ Questions For Class 11 Economics Chapter 7 Correlation

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## Correlation MCQ Questions for Class 11 Economics with Answers

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Question. Estimate the value of coefficient of correlation between x and y if the two coefficient of regression are 0.49 and 1.
a. 0.9
b. 0.7
c. 0.8
d. 1.0

B

Question. The angle between the two lines will be wider when the correlation between two variable is.
a. less
b. more
c. equal
d. very high

A

Question. If the value of co-efficient of determination is 0.64, what is the value of co-efficient of correlation?
a. 0.40
b. 0.80
c. 0.08
d. 0.04

B

Question. ______ is the statistical tool that studies the degree of all the relationships.
a. Index numbers
b. Dispersion
c. Correlation
d. Range

C

Question. The relationship among three or more than three variables is studied under;
a. Linear correlation
b. Simple correlation
c. Nonlinear correlation
d. Multiple correlations.

D

Question. Correlation between different variables is.
a. Positive
b. Negative
c. Both (a)&(b)
d. Neutral

C

Question. Which of the following techniques are used for the study of correlation?
a. Scatter diagrams
b. Karl Pearsons coefficient of correlation
c. Spearmans rank correlation
d. All of these

D

Question. A leading MNC operating in India has decided to reduce the work force in the ratio of 15:12 and at the same time increased the workers salary in the ratio of 18:21, the total wages likely to be affected by this proposed plan will be.
a. total wages will go down in the ratio of 90:84
b. total wages will go up in the ratio of 84:90
c. total wages will go up by 5%
d. no changes in total wages will

A

Question. Regression means.
a. act of returning back
b. method of studying correlation between two variables
c. the direction of change
d. simply average relationship