[OBJECTIVE]

Time Allowed: 15 Minutes

Max Marks: 10

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Part-I  Answer the following Questions, cutting and overwriting are not allowed. (10)

The number of occurrences of a data value is called:

(a) Frequency                                    (b) Cumulative frequency

(c) Relative frequency                   (d) All of above

The value that occurs most often In a set of data is called the

(a) Mean                                             (b) Median

(c) Mode                                             (d) Weight mean

In a positively skewed distribution, the mean is always:

(a) Smaller than the median        (b) Equal to the median ;

(c) Larger than the median          (d) Equal to the mode

Which one of the following is not a measure of dispersion

(a) Range                                             (b) Standard deviation

(c) Second quartile                          (d) Quartile deviation

If the tail of a frequency curve is to the right, the co-efficient of skewness is

(a) Zero                                                (b) Positive

(c) Negative                                       (d) None of the above

The strength of a linear relationship between Y and X is measured by

(a) Correlation Co-efficient          (b) Regression Co-efficient

(c) Co-efficient of determination              (d} None of above

In the regression Y = α + βX + ∈, X and Y variables are:

(a) Both random                                               (b) X is fixed and Y is random

(c) X is random and Y is fixed                       (d) Both fixed

The consumer price index is basically

(a) A fixed weight index                                                (b) A Laspeyre’s index

(c) None the above                                         (d) Both of the above

A random variable is also known as a:

(a) Chance variable                                         (b) Stochastic variable

(c) Variate                                                           (d) All of above

A discrete probability distribution may be represented by:

(a) A table                                                           (b) A mathematical function

(c) A line graph                                                  (d) All of above

[SUBJECTIVE]

Time Allowed: 2 Hours 45 Minutes

Max Marks: 50

NOTE: ATTEMPT THIS (SUBJECTIVE) ON SEPARATE ANSWER SHEET PROVIDED

Part-II  Give Short Answers, Each question carries equal marks. (20)

Q#1: Median and Mode

Q#2:  Absolute and Relative measures of dispersion

Q#3:  Co-efficient of skewness

Q#4: Regression and correlation .

Q#5: Consumer price index number

Part-III  Give Long Answers, Each question carries equal marks. (30)

Q#3: Following is the frequency distribution for the weight of some pieces of luggage.

Classes:                7-9          10-12     13-15     16-18     19-21     22-24

Frequency:         2              8              14           19           10           6

(a) Compute Bowley’s Co-efficient of skewness

(b) Co-efficient of variation

Q#4: The following data (codded) shows the amount of sugar obtained (Y) in a certain process at various temperature (X)

X:            10           11           12           13           14           15           16           17           18           19           20

Y:            81           78           85           98           95           89           86           102         93           92           105

Obtained linear regression Y on X and correlation Co-efficient between Y and X.

Q#5: The following data represent the number of packages of 4 popular brands of cigarettes sold by a super market on 6 randomly selected days.

A             21           35           32           28           14           47

Brand                    B             35           42           27           41           19           33

C             45           60           33           36           31           40

D             32           53           29           42           40           53

Perform an analysis of variance, at the 0.05 level of significance and determine whether or not the 4 brands sell, on the average, the same number of cigarettes at this super market.