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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
What is the name given to a small congestion area that reverses downward for a short while in Cupandhandle?
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Cupandhandle is a variant of the rounding bottom that reveals a “lip” from the bottom after the rise, and a small area of friction that reverses down for a brief period called a “handle.”
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Cupandhandle is a variant of the rounding bottom that reveals a “lip” from the bottom after the rise, and a small area of friction that reverses down for a brief period called a “handle.”

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
What of the following is not a consequence if the breakout never occurs in a “cupandhandle” formation?
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The recovery often never happens, and rates tend to fall in the handle, leading to new lows. Traditionally, a bottom reversal pattern is known to be the cup and the handle.
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The recovery often never happens, and rates tend to fall in the handle, leading to new lows. Traditionally, a bottom reversal pattern is known to be the cup and the handle.

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
According to Bulkowski in “cupandhandle” formation, what is the outcome from a continuation pattern from an earlier low?
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Bulkowski has found that it is much more efficient and competitive when it’s a continuation trend from an earlier low. Despite its success, it still ranks just 13 out of 23.
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Bulkowski has found that it is much more efficient and competitive when it’s a continuation trend from an earlier low. Despite its success, it still ranks just 13 out of 23.

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
Which of the following conditions does not belong to the trading with the nondiscretionary system?
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Trading through a nondiscretionary method often provides assurance, creates confidence and generates less tension. Anxiety has its roots in confusion. While the future can not be determined by a nondiscretionary method, it can structure how to respond to potential outcomes. It offers a list of responses to events outside one’s control.
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Trading through a nondiscretionary method often provides assurance, creates confidence and generates less tension. Anxiety has its roots in confusion. While the future can not be determined by a nondiscretionary method, it can structure how to respond to potential outcomes. It offers a list of responses to events outside one’s control.

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
What is the major difference between an arithmetic mean and a geometric mean?
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Arithmetic progression:
A sequence of numbers in which each differs by a constant value.
Geometric progression
A sequence of numbers in which the successor is found by multiplying the previous no with a constant number.Incorrect
Arithmetic progression:
A sequence of numbers in which each differs by a constant value.
Geometric progression
A sequence of numbers in which the successor is found by multiplying the previous no with a constant number. 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
Which of the following statement is not the characteristics of the normal distribution?
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There are three important characteristics of the normal distribution:
• Bellshaped, with a point in the middle. The mean, median, and mode is all at the max.
• Middle is symmetrical.
• It asymptotically crosses the horizontal axis at the left and right tails of the bell curve. This extends in all ways, indefinitely.Incorrect
There are three important characteristics of the normal distribution:
• Bellshaped, with a point in the middle. The mean, median, and mode is all at the max.
• Middle is symmetrical.
• It asymptotically crosses the horizontal axis at the left and right tails of the bell curve. This extends in all ways, indefinitely. 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
Which of the following characteristics makes the normal distribution a method having some unique characteristics?
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According to what’s called the central limit theorem, the normal distribution also has particular significance. When we take repeated samples from a population, measure each sample’s mean, and then map the sample means distribution, they will approximate a normal distribution. As the sample size decreases, and the approximation decreases.
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According to what’s called the central limit theorem, the normal distribution also has particular significance. When we take repeated samples from a population, measure each sample’s mean, and then map the sample means distribution, they will approximate a normal distribution. As the sample size decreases, and the approximation decreases.

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
As the sample size increases what happens to the accuracy of estimation?
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When we take repeated samples from a population, measure each sample’s mean, and then map the sample means distribution, they will approximate a normal distribution. As the sample size increases it can boost approximation. The central limit theorem matters implications for a wide spectrum of statistical studies.
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When we take repeated samples from a population, measure each sample’s mean, and then map the sample means distribution, they will approximate a normal distribution. As the sample size increases it can boost approximation. The central limit theorem matters implications for a wide spectrum of statistical studies.

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
Which of the following is not a rule concerning the normal distribution that is useful to implement?
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There are two ruleofthumb values which are useful for memorizing the normal distribution. First, nearly twothirds of the findings would fall within one standard deviation of the mean (be it above or below). Second, about 95 percent of the findings will lie under two standard mean deviations.
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There are two ruleofthumb values which are useful for memorizing the normal distribution. First, nearly twothirds of the findings would fall within one standard deviation of the mean (be it above or below). Second, about 95 percent of the findings will lie under two standard mean deviations.

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
Are stock prices normally distributed regarding the statistical analysis?
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No, you can not have negative prices and any number is possible for any normal distribution, both positive and negative, even if certain numbers are extremely unlikely as outcomes.
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No, you can not have negative prices and any number is possible for any normal distribution, both positive and negative, even if certain numbers are extremely unlikely as outcomes.