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# No.

## BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMME

Term-End Examination
June, 2017
08413
ELECTIVE COURSE : COMMERCE
ECO-007 : ELEMENTS OF STATISTICS

Weightage : 70%

SECTION - A

## 1. Fill in the blanks with appropriate Ovoids given

in the brackets : 5x1=5
(a) The census method of investigation is not
possible when the universe is in
size. (finite/ infinite).
(b) The value of can be located with
the help of a histogram. (mean/mode)
(c) It is better to calculate mean deviation about
. (mean/median)
(d) In a positively skewed distribution median
is greater than . (mean/mode)
(e) The typing errors committed by a typist on
a page is an example of
variable. (discrete/ continuous)

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2. State whether the statements given below are true
or false. 5x1=5
(a) In systematic sampling, a sample composed
of every n th item is selected.
(b) Negative values cannot be represented in a
histogram.
(c) The sum of deviations' of individual values
from their arithmetic mean is always equal
to zero.
(d) Mean Deviation cannot be negative.
(e) Co-efficient of variation is always presented
in percentage.

SECTION - B
Attempt any two of the following :
3. (a) Construct a histogram for the following
data : 10+5=15
Class interval : 2 - 4 4 - 6 6 - 8 8-10 10 - 12 12 - 16
Frequency 5 7 8 18 15 20
(b) Write a note on Pie diagram.

## 4. (a) The mean of a set of 75 observations was

calculated as 80.4. It was discovered later
that an item of value 96 was wrongly taken
as 26. Determine the correct mean. 6+9=15
(b) Calculate the value of mode from the
following data :
Class 0-10 10 - 20 20 - 30 30 - 40 40 - 50 50 - 60 60 - 70 70 - 80
Interval :
Frequency : 8 12 10 20 40 44 48 12

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5. (a) Using the following data, calculate mean
Marks : 20 - 40 40 - 60 60 - 80 80 - 100 100 - 120 120 - 140
Frequency : 6 9 8 10 11 6
(b) Calculate co-efficient of Variation from the
following data.
Mean = 85, Variance =16

## 6. (a) Write a note on historigram. 6+9=15

(b) Explain the method of Karl Pearson's co-
efficient of skewness.

SECTION - C
7. Differentiate between any two of the following :
(a) One Dimensional Diagram and Two
Dimensional Diagram. 5+5=10
(b) Primary data and Secondary data.
(c) Discrete and Continuous Variables.
(d) Absolute and Relative Variations.

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