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IST PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION

Code: OM 2008

Q1. (A) Attempt any one of the following:

i. In a school, out of 200 students 150 are boys. In an examination conducted in this

school, 120 students passed. If 10 girls failed, find the

a. Number of boys failed in the examination.

b. Number of girls passed in the examination.

ii. In a group of 100 employees of a firm there were 80 males. The number of married

employees was 60, of whom 30 were males. Examine whether the information is

correct.

i. If (A) = (B) =4, N = 8 and A, B are independent attributes, find the value of (AB) and

(αB).

ii. Find Yule’s coefficient of association from the following data:

i. Find both the regression coefficients and the measure of the acute angle between

the regression lines from the following data.

n=10, x=250, y=300, x2=6500, y2=10,000 and xy=7,900.

ii. If 5x+y=21 and 4x+5y=42 are the two regression equations

find x, y and rthe coeficient of correlation.

Q2. (A) Attempt any ONE of the following:

i. Using Simpson’s 38th rule, evaluate 06ydxfrom the following table given

below.

ii. If f0= 5, f1= 6, f2= 10, f3= 15,

x 0 1 2 3 4 5 6

y 1 0.7 0.58 0.5 0.45 0.41 0.38

iii. If f0= 5, f1= 6, f2= 10, f3= 15,

evaluate 03fxdxusing Trapesoidal Rule.

(B) Attempt any ONE of the following.

i. Construct both the difference tables (i.e. backward and forward) for the sequence

8, 3, 0,-1, 0, 3.

ii.Prove that ∆Efx=E[∆fx]

(C) Attempt any one of the following.

i. Six jobs go first over the machine M and then over the machine N, one at a time.

The time schedule for the task is given below. Determine the sequence of the jobs,

which will minimize the processing time. Also find the total elapsed time and the

idle times for both the machines.

ii.Find the optimal sequence that minimizes total time required to complete five jobs,

which have to be processed on each of the three machines M1, M2, M3 if the

processing time for each job on each machine is given below. Also find the total

elapsed time and idle time for M2.

Machines Jobs

A B C D E F

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M 5 9 4 7 8 6

N 7 4 8 3 9 5

iii.Find the optimal sequence that minimizes total time required to complete five jobs,

which have to be processed on each of the three machines M1, M2, M3 if the

processing time for each job on each machine is given below. Also find the total

elapsed time and idle time for M2.

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Machines Jobs

P Q R S T

M1 6 7 5 11 5

M2 4 3 2 5 1

M3 3 8 7 4 9

business it must produce at least 50 cars of model A per month. It has facilities to

produce at most 200 cars of model A and 150 cars of Model B per month. The total

demand for both models together is at most 300 cars per month.

The profit per car is Rs. 4000 for model A and Rs. 3,000 for model B.

It is required to determine the number of cars of each type to be manufactured so

as to get maximum profit. Formulate this problem as a L.P.P.

ii.Represent graphically, the common solution set of the inequalities 3x+y≤6,

x+y≤4, x+3y≥2, x≥0 & y≥0.Also find the co-ordinates of

vertices of the feasible region so obtained.

(B) Attempt any One of the following.

i. If for a binomial distribution probability of success is ¼ and the mean is 12.5, find

the remaining parameters of the distribution.

ii.The probability that A wins a game of chess against B is23. Find the probability that

A wins at least ‘one’ game out of the 4 games he plays against B.

i. For the given data write the entries in the column of dx, qx, px, and lx of thelife

table, where notations

have their usual meanings.

x 0 1 2 3 4 5

l 4 3 1 20 4 0

x 000 000 000 0 0

ii.For the following table find the terms marked by “?”.

x lx d q p L Tx e

x x x x x

0

5 9 ? ? ? 29

0 0

6 8 ? ?

0

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i. If X is a Poisson random variable such that P(X= 3) = P(X = 4), find the mean and

standard deviation of the distribution.

ii.If X is a Poisson variate with mean 3, find x≥2). [Given:e-3=0.0498]

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ii.The cost of living index numbers for the year 2001 and 2007 are 150 and 200

respectively. A person earned Rs. 18,000 per month in the year 2001. What should

be his earnings per month in the year 2007, so as to maintain his former (i.e. the

year 2001) standard of living?

year

P Quant Price

ric ity

e

Food and 40 3 70

Clothing

Fuel and 30 5 60

lighting

House Rent 50 2 50

Miscellaneous 60 3 90

iii.The cost of living index numbers for the year 2001 and 2007 are 150 and 200

respectively. A person earned Rs. 18,000 per month in the year 2001. What should

be his earnings per month in the year 2007, so as to maintain his former (i.e. the

year 2001) standard of living?

table.

ii. Find f(6), using Lagrange’s Interpolations formula, given that f1=4, f7=5, f8= 4.

x 0 12 3 4

fx 3 61 1 2

1 8 7

iii. Find f(6), using Lagrange’s Interpolations formula, given that f1=4, f7=5, f8= 4.

i. Find the missing price, if Laspeyre’s price index numbe is equal to Paasche’s Price

index number for the following data.

ii. If p0q0=150, p0q1=250, p1q1=371 and Laspeyre's price index number is

140,

Commod Base year Current year

ity Pric Quanti Pric Quanti

e ty e ty

A 1 10 2 5

B 1 5 - 2

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iii. If p0q0=150, p0q1=250, p1q1=371 and Laspeyre's price index number is

140,

Find Marshall – Edgeworth’s Index number.

i. If the total population under study is 45,000 and the age S.D.R. for age group (60

and above) is 25, find the C.D.R. and the values of x, y from the following data.

on Deaths

0 – 30 4,000 100

30 – 60 x 150

600 and y 650

above

ii. Taking the population of town B as standard population, compare the S.T.D.R. for

the populations of towns A and B from the data given below.

Age Populati Number of

S.D.R. on Deaths

0 – 10 7 3000 32

10 – 40 4.5 10000 100

40 and 18 7000 84

above

(C) Attempt any ONE of the following:

i. A chartered Accountants’ firm has accepted ‘five’ new cases. The estimated

number of days required by each of their ‘five’ employees for each case are

given below, where ‘_’ means that the particular employee can not be assigned

the particular case. Determine the optimal assignment of cases to the

employees so that the total number of days required completing these ‘five’

cases will be minimum. Also find the minimum number of days.

Employe Cases

es I I II I V

I I V

E1 5 2 4 2 6

E2 3 4 - 5 7

E3 6 3 4 1 2

4 2 2 3 5

E4

3 6 4 7 3

E5

ii. The cost (in hundreds of Rs.) of sending material to ‘five’ terminals by ‘four’

trucks, incurred by a company is as given below. Find the assignment of trucks to

terminals which will minimise the cost. [‘One’ truck is assigned to only ‘one’

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terminal.] Which terminal will ‘not’ receive material from the truck company?

What is the minimum cost?

Termin Trucks

als A B C D

T1 3 6 2 6

T2 7 1 4 4

T3 3 8 5 8

T4 5 2 4 3

5 7 6 2

T5

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