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The frequency distribution summarizes the given mass of data, but for practical purposes there is usually

a need for further condensation, particularly when we want to compare two or more different

distributions. We may even reduce the entire distribution to one number which represents the

distribution. We calculate ‘Measures of central tendency’ for this purpose. These measures summarize

the given mass of data in much more concise fashion than a frequency distribution. Frequency

distribution has too many details while an average reduces the large number of observations to one

figure.

The term ‘averages’ is used very often e.g., average Indian, average marks, or average size, etc.,

Sometimes it means ‘typical or usual’ like average Indian. It may also refer to the result of a specific

process of calculation like average marks of students.

Average is used to reduce two or more aggregates to a common denominator, in order to make

comparisons. It can be used to compare the totals for time periods of different lengths, e.g., if we have

the figures of production for time periods of different lengths, e.g., if we have the figures of production for

the months of January and February, in 1985 the production for the month of January is 4000 units while

for the month of February it is 3640 units. We cannot compare the two figures, 4000 and 3640 units. The

reason is, January has 31 days while February has 28 days. Here we find the average daily production

4000

by dividing the total by the number of days. The average daily production of January is 129.03

31

3640

units while the average daily production of February is 130 units i.e., There is no significant

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difference between the production rate for the two months. Though the total production in February is

less, the daily production rate is almost the same.

The number of deaths due to traffic accidents in two different periods should not be compared directly.

The number should be compared with the total population and deaths per thousand should be calculated.

The number of accidents is affected by the number of vehicles on the road and therefore we can also

compare the number of accidents per 100 vehicles.

Averages are also used as a measure of typical size. It gives one figure that is typical of all the

observations that are essentially different. If the items are scattered, the measure will not be very

satisfactory while for homogeneous data the average will be a good representative of the data. But it is

necessary to have this kind of summary statement for many statistical data.

There are five averages which are conceptually different and each of them is from some point of view of a

‘central’ value of the distribution. The averages are also referred to as ‘measures of central tendency’

because they are used to describe a magnitude near the centre of a distribution about which the values

cluster.

If we have the distribution of marks of students, very few students will get marks like 4, 5, 8, …. and

similarly there will be a small number of students getting above 80. Most of the students will have marks

between 40 and 60 and the average will be somewhere within these limits, that is, average is a central

figure. Averages are also known as ‘measures of location’.

Each of these averages has its own advantages and disadvantages. But there are certain characteristics,

which make the average a good representative of the given data.

DESIDERATA FOR SATISFACTORY AVERAGE

1. An average should be rigidly defined; otherwise its value will be affected by the bias of the

person who calculates it. It cannot be a good representative if it is not a fixed value.

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2. It should be based on all the observations. It sill not be a good representative if some

observations are left out of calculation.

3. It should be easy to calculate and easy to understand. If the calculations requires tedious

mathematical process, it will not be understood by many and it use will be limited.

4. It should be capable of further algebraic treatment. This makes the average more useful.

5. It should not be affected much by sampling fluctuations. If two independent samples are taken

from the same population, the average should not differ significantly.

It should also be remembered that the average should be expressed in the same unit as the series given.

i.e., If we have the heights of 50 children in cms and the average is 130, it should be written as 130 cms.

If the income of 100 families are given in (’00 Rs.) and the average is 30, the average should be

expressed as 30(100 Rs.) or Rs.3000/-. Now we consider the types of averages.

ARITHMETIC MEAN:

Arithmetic mean is defined as the sum of all the observations in the distribution divided by the number of

observations, i.e., if a variable x takes the values x1 , x2 , x3 ,....., xn , its arithmetic mean is defined as

n

x x x xn x x i

x 1 2 3

i 1 i

n n n

i.e., x

x i

their arithmetic mean is defined as

n

f1 x1 f 2 x2 f 3 x3 f n xn fx i i

fx

x i 1

i i

f1 f 2 f3 f n

f

n

i

f i

i 1

Short-cut Method:

x A

fd i i

c

f i

xi A

Where A is the assumed mean chosen from xi values, di and c is the length of the class-

c

interval.

Exercise:

1. Find the arithmetic mean for the following sets of observations:

a) 125, 132, 127, 139, 140, 142, 137, 122, 120 and 130

b) 13.1, 15.2, 11.9, 10.2, 12.5, 14.3, 11.2, 10.8

c) 1357, 1454, 1389, 1405, 1485

d) 53, 31, 35, -25, 100, 60, -16, 13, -3, 95

[ Answers: a) 131.4 b) 12.4 c) 1418 d) 34.3 ]

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2. Calculate the mean for the following data:

xi: 12 14 16 18 20 22

fi: 5 10 15 12 8 3

[ Answer: 16.6415 ]

3. Calculate the mean for the following distribution:

Size of Shoe: 6 7 8 9 10 11

No. of pairs: 32 40 52 40 32 25

[ Answer: 8.3394 ~ 8 ]

4. Calculate the mean for the following data:

xi: 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

fi: 11 15 20 16 12 9 4

[ Answer: 7.5287 ]

5. The following data represents frequency distribution of weights of children, find its arithmetic mean.

Wt. in Kgs. 11 12 13 14 15 16

No. of Children 7 11 15 13 9 4

[ 13.305 kgs ]

6. The following data represents distribution of marks (out of 10) for a class of students. Find the

arithmetic mean.

Marks: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

No. of Students: 2 4 5 7 11 15 13 10 7 3 1

[ Answer: 5.06 ]

7. Find the arithmetic mean for the following distribution:

Marks: 0-10 10-20 20-30 30-40 40-50

No. of students 6 11 15 8 3

[ Answer: 22.91 ]

8. Calculate the arithmetic mean for the following data giving daily wages of workers.

Wages in Rs.: 20-40 40-60 60-80 80-100 100-120 120-140

No. of workers: 7 12 16 13 13 4

[ Answer: 77.69 ]

9. Find the mean for the following data:

Age in years No. of persons

Less than 10 15

Less than 20 33

Less than 30 54

Less than 40 80

Less than 50 97

Less than 60 100

[ Answer: 27.1 ]

10. Find the arithmetic mean for the following:

Daily wages: 5-15 15-25 25-35 35-45 44-55 Ans:

No. of persons: 3 8 13 10 5 31.54

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11. Calculate the arithmetic mean for the following data representing monthly salary of a group of

employees.

Salary in Rs.: 700-800 800-900 900-1100 110-1500 1500-1600

No. of persons: 32 43 55 22 18

[ Answer: Rs.1012.06 ]

12. Find the mean for the following data.

Class Interval: 20-30 30-50 50-70 70-90 90-100

Frequency: 9 14 20 12 5

[ Answer: 57 ]

13. Calculate the arithmetic mean:

Sales in ‘000 Rs.: 5-10 10-15 15-25 25-35 35-45 45-50

No. of shops: 2 8 12 15 11 5

[ Answer: Rs.27.97 ]

14. The following data represents yield per acre (in kgs.) for a number of farms. Find the arithmetic

mean.

950-

Yield per acre: 700-750 750-800 800-850 850-900 900-950

1000

No. of farms: 32 43 55 22 17 18

[ Answer: 825.8 kgs. ]

15. The following is the distribution of heights in cms of 50 students. Find the mean.

Height in cms: 140-145 145-150 150-155 155-160 160-165

No. of students: 7 10 15 13 5

[ Answer: 152.4 cms ]

16. Find the arithmetic mean:

148- 152- 156- 160- 164- 168- 172-

Height in cms:

152 156 160 164 168 172 176

No. of persons: 3 5 9 15 10 6 2

[ Answer: 162 cms ]

17. The following data represents the distribution of balance amounts in bank accounts at the end of

March 2002. Find the average balance amount.

500- 600- 700- 800- 900- 1000- 1100- 1200-

Amount in Rs.:

599 699 799 899 999 1099 1199 1299

No. of accounts: 25 42 55 70 62 50 35 11

[ Answer: Rs.877.21 ]

18. Find the average tax for the following data.

100- 400- 700- 1600-1899

Tax in Rs.: 1000-1299 1300-1599

399 699 999

No. of Employees: 12 20 25 35 15 8

[ Answer: Rs.966.89 ]

19. Find the arithmetic mean for the following data.

No. of units produced: 50-99 100-149 150-199 200-249 250-299 300-349 350-399

No. of factories: 4 9 11 15 12 8 2

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[ Answer: 218.76 ]

20. The following data represents salary of employees in an office. Find the average salary.

Salary in Rs.: No. of Employees.

900 – 1000 4

1000 – 1200 11

1200 – 1400 19

1400 – 1600 22

1600 – 1800 18

1800 – 1900 9

1900 – 2000 3

[ Answer: Rs.1473.26 ]

21. If the mean for the following data is Rs.56/-, find the missing frequency.

Wages in Rs.: 30-40 40-50 50-60 60-70 70-80 80-90

No. of persons: 10 20 40 … 8 6

[ Answer: 16 ]

22. If the average marks of students are 26.75, find the number of students belonging to the class

interval 10 – 20.

Marks: 0 - 10 10-20 20-30 30-40 40-50

No. of students: 3 … 15 10 5

[ Answer: 7 ]

23. If the average wages of workers are Rs.73.25, find the number of workers with wage between Rs.80

and Rs.100.

Wages in Rs.: 20-40 40-60 60-80 80-100 100-120 120-140

No. of persons: 10 18 22 … 11 5

[ Answer: 14 ]

24. If the mean value for the following data is 33, find the missing frequency.

Marks: 0-10 10-20 20-30 30-40 40-50 50-60

No. of students: 5 10 25 30 … 10

[ Answer: 20 ]

25. Find the missing frequencies if the mean is 21.9 and the total of frequencies is 75.

Class Interval: 0-5 5-10 10-15 15-20 20-25 25-30 30-35 35-40

Frequencies: 2 5 7 … … 16 8 3

[ Answer: 13 and 21 ]

If n1 and n2 are the number of observations of two groups with means x1 and x2 then their combined

arithmetic mean, denoted by x12 is given by

n1 x1 n2 x2

x12

n1 n2

5

This can be extended to three groups also as

n1 x 1 n2 x 2 n3 x 3

x 123

n1 n2 n3

PROBLEMS:

1. The average marks of a group of 100 students in Accountancy are 60 and for another group of 50

students, the average marks are 90. Find the average marks of the combined group of 150 students.

[ 70 marks ]

2. The average daily wages for 90 workers in a factory is Rs.59/-, the average wages for 50 male

workers out of them is Rs.63/-. Find the average wages for the remaining female workers.

[ Rs.54/- ]

3. The average marks of a class of students are 76. The average marks of boys and girls are 69 and 83

respectively. If there are 100 boys in the class find the number of girls in the class. [ No. of girls =

100 ]

4. The mean daily wages of a group of employees are Rs.180/- The mean daily wages of men and

women are Rs.186/- and Rs.175/- respectively. Find the ratio of men and women in the group. [5:

6]

5. If the average marks in a certain test of boys and girls in a class are 80 and 85 respectively and if the

average marks for the entire class are 83.75, find the percentage of boys in the class. [ 25% ]

6. The mean weight of a group of 70 workers is 60 kgs. The second group consists of 80 workers with

average weight 57 kgs and there are 50 workers in the third group with average weight 62 kgs. Find

the average weight of the combined group of 200 workers. [ 59.3 kgs ]

7. The mean marks of 100 boys in a class are 45. The mean marks of the entire class of 150 students are

50. Find the mean marks of the remaining group of girls. [ 60 ]

8. There are three groups in a class of 100 students. The first contains 25 students with average pocket

money Rs.62/-, the second group consists of 50 students with average pocket money Rs.55/-. Find the

average pocket money of the students from the third group if the average for the entire class is

Rs.58/-. [ Rs.60/- ]

9. The average monthly salary of employees of a firm is Rs.5200/-. The average salaries of gents and

ladies from the firm are Rs.6000/- and Rs.4800/- . Find the percentage of gents and ladies in the

firm. [ 1 : 2 ]

10. A garment factory makes both men’s and women’s shirts. The average profit of the factory is 8% of

sales. Average profit on men’s shirt is 10%. Women’s shirts form 60% of the total sales. What is the

average profit on sales of women’s shirts? [ 6.67% ]

11. There are men, women and children working in a factory. The total number of workers is 500. The

average daily wages of 250 male workers is Rs.100/-. The average daily wages of 150 women

workers is Rs.80/-. What is the average daily wages of children working in that factory, given that

the average daily wages of all the 500 workers taken together is Rs.82/- [ Rs.40/- ]

12. The sum of the deviations of a certain number of observations measured from 4 is 72 and the sum of

the deviations of the same observations from 7 is -3. Find the number of observations and their

mean. [ 25 & 6.88 ]

13. The mean of a certain number of observations is 40. If two more observations with values 50 and 64

are added to the data, the mean rises to 42. Find the number of items in the original data. [ 15 ]

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14. The mean weight of 98 students as calculated from a frequency distribution is found to be 50 kgs. It

is later discovered that the frequency of the class interval 30 – 40 was wrongly taken as 8 instead of

10. Calculate the correct arithmetic mean. [ 49.7 kgs ]

15. The mean monthly salaries paid to all 77 employees in a company was Rs.78/-. The mean monthly

salaries of 32 of them was Rs.75/- and that of the other 25 was Rs.82/-. What was the mean salary of

the remaining? [ Rs.77.80 ]

MEDIAN

Definition:

If x1 , x2 , x3 ,....., xn are n observations arranged either in ascending order or in descending order and if

i. n is ODD, then there will be only one middle term and the value of the middle term is the median.

x

i.e., Median =

n 1 .

2

ii. n is EVEN, then there will be two middle terms, the average of the values of the two middle terms

x n

x n 1

is the median. i.e., Median = 2 2 .

2

l2 l1 n

Median = l1 pcf

f 2

Where l1 is the lower limit of the C.I. of the median class

l2 is the upper limit of the C.I. of the median class

n is the total of frequencies

f is the frequency at the median class

pcf is the previous cumulative frequency

Note:

n

i. The very first cumulative frequency value for which becomes less than determines the median

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class.

ii. To calculate the median the class intervals must be continuous. If they are not continuous then we

have to make them continuous by subtracting 0.5 from the lower limit and adding 0.5 to the upper

limit.

iii. The value of median thus calculated must be a value in the C.I. of the median class.

PROBLEMS:

1. Find the median of the following sets of observations:

i. 43, 30, 44, 67, 35, 40, 59 [ 43 ]

ii. 16, 19, 27, 10, 5, 7, 12, 15 [ 13.5 ]

2. Calculate the median of the following distribution:

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xi: 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50

fi: 7 15 19 23 20 15 8 5

[ Answer: 30 ]

3. Find the median for the following data representing heights of 45 students.

Ht. in cms: 158-162 162-166 166-170 170-174 174-178 178-182

No. of students: 3 7 12 15 6 2

[ Answer: 170.13 cms ]

4. Calculate the median wage for the following data:

Wages in Rs.: Less than 35 35 – 40 40 – 45 45 – 50 Over 50

No. of workers: 24 62 99 18 15

[ Rs.41.16 ]

5. For the following data, find the median age.

Age in years: Below 35 35 – 50 50 – 65 65 – 80 Above 80

No. of persons: 20 18 32 18 12

[ 55.625 years ]

6. Find the median and the two quartiles for the following data.

Rainfall in cms: 20-25 25-30 30-35 35-40 40-45 45-50 50-55

No. of Years: 2 5 8 12 10 7 6

[ Median = 39.17, Q1 = 33.44 and Q3 = 45.36 ]

7. For the following distribution of weights of 60 students, find the three quartiles.

Weights in Kgs: 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64

No. of students: 3 5 12 18 14 6 2

[ Median = 47.28, Q1 = 42.42 and Q3 = 52 ]

8. For the following distribution of weights of 60 students, find the three quartiles.

100- 140- 180- 200- 220- 240- 260-

Commission in Rs.

140 180 200 220 240 260 300

No. of Salesmen: 14 45 52 80 32 23 24

[ Median = 206, Q1 = 183.27 and Q3 = 227.19 ]

9. The median marks of 100 students in Accountancy are 56. It was later found that marks of one

student were wrongly considered as 76 instead of 67. What would be the correct median?

[ Median is unaltered ]

10. In a batch of 25 students, 10 students failed in a test, by obtaining less than 35 marks. Those who

passed the test got 40, 45, 57, 60, 49, 52, 75, 72, 80, 87, 55, 58, 65, and 60 marks. What was the

median of the marks of all the 25 students? [ 45 ]

11. In a group of 25 children the median height is 164 cms and the heights of the tallest and shortest

boy in the group are 170 cms and 154 cms respectively. To this group 4 children are added with

the heights 152, 150, 174, and 171 cms. Find the median height of the new group of 29

children. [ 164 cms. ]

12. If the median height for the following distribution is 162.5 cms, find the missing frequency.

Height in cms: 150 – 155 155 – 160 160 – 165 165 – 170 170 – 175 175 – 180

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No. of students: 3 6 8 … 3 1

[ Answer: 5 ]

13. If the median marks are 43.25, find the missing frequency:

Age in years: 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70-79

No. of Persons: 2 5 10 8 … 5 3

[ Answer: 7 ]

14. If the median for the following distribution is Rs.26.25, find the missing frequency.

Wages in Rs.: No. of persons

12.5 – 17.5 2

17.5 – 22.5 22

22.5 – 27.5 10

27.5 – 32.5 …

32.5 – 37.5 3 [ 16 ]

37.5 – 42.5 4

42.5 – 47.5 6

47.5 – 52.5 1

52.5 – 57.5 1

Total 63

15. If the median marks in History for a group of students are 27, find the number of students getting

marks between 30 and 40.

Marks: 0 – 10 10 – 20 20 – 30 30 – 40 40 – 50

No. of Students: 5 5 10 … 3

[ Answer: 11 ]

16. The following data represents the weekly wages in Rs. of a group of workers. If the median is

Rs.114, find the missing frequency.

Weekly wages in Rs. 60-75 75-90 90-105 105-120 120-135 135-150

No. of workers: 3 3 6 5 … 6

[ Answer : 7 ]

17. If the first and the third quartiles for the following distribution are given to be 23.125 and 43.5

respectively, find the missing frequencies.

Weekly wages in Rs. 0 – 10 10 – 20 20 – 30 30 – 40 40 – 50 50 – 60

No. of workers: 5 … 20 30 … 10

[ Answer: 15 & 25 ]

18. Find the missing frequencies given that the first quartile is 320 and the third quartile is 550.

Weekly wages in

100-200 200-300 300-400 400-500 500-600 600-700

Rs.

No. of workers: 7 10 … 20 16 …

[ Answer: 15 & 12 ]

19. If the median of the following distribution is 146 and the total of the frequencies is 229, find the

missing frequencies.

C.I.: 110-120 120-130 130-140 140-150 150-160 160-170 170-180

Frequency 12 … 34 65 46 … 18

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[ Answer: 30 & 25 ]

20. An incomplete distribution is given below:

C.I.: 10-20 20-30 30-40 40-50 50-60 60-70 70-80

Frequency: 13 30 … 65 … 25 18

You are given that the median value is 46 and the total number of frequencies is 230. Also

calculate the mean of the completed data.

[ Answer: 34 & 45 and the mean value = 45.83 ]

MODE

Mode is that value of the variable, which characterizes more items than any other value. It is the value of

greatest frequency or more precisely greatest frequency density. Mode cannot be calculated unless the

data are converted in the form of a discrete or a continuous distribution. In some distributions it is

difficult to get the exact value of mode as observations may concentrate around two or more values. In

such cases the distribution s bimodal, trimodal or multimodal.

Mode is a measure which should be used with caution, only when the person believes that it has

relevance. The mode can occur at an extreme value, in which vase it will be a poor measure or central

tendency.

Example:

Find the mode of the following data:

21, 44, 31, 21, 57, 36, 21, 44, 45, 21

On observing the given data, we see that the value 21 occurs 4 times which is the maximum. Hence mode

= 21.

In the case of frequency distribution, Mode is calculated using the following formula:

d1

Mode = l1 c

d1 d 2

l2 is the upper limit of the C.I. of the modal class.

d1 is the difference between the frequency at the mode class & the previous one

d 2 is the difference between the frequency at the mode class & the next one.

c is the length or the width of the C.I.

PROBLEMS:

1. Calculate the value of mode from the following data:

Income in Rs. 200 – 400 400 – 600 600 – 800 800-1000 1000-1200

No. of persons: 16 34 60 37 13

[ Answer: Rs.706.12 ]

2. The following data gives the consumption of electricity. Calculate the value of mode.

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No. of Units: 0 -100 100-200 200-300 300-400 400-500 500-600

No. of consumers: 9 18 35 32 28 10

[ Answer: 285 units ]

3. The following are the marks in a test. Find the mode.

Marks: 10-30 30-50 50-70 70-90 90-110 110-130

No. of students: 4 10 14 12 8 6

[ Answer: 63.3 ]

4. Calculate the modal wages for the following distribution:

Wages in Rs.: 10-15 15-20 20-25 25-30 30-35 35-40

No. of Employees: 3 5 15 20 8 7

[ Answer: Rs. 26.47 ]

5. If the mode for the following distribution is 130, find the missing frequency.

Class Interval: 60-75 75-90 90-105 105-120 120-135 135-150

Frequency: 3 3 6 … 7 6

[ Answer: 5 ]

6 If the mode of the following data is 750 and the total of the frequencies is 186, find the missing

frequencies.

Life in hrs.: 200-400 400-600 600-800 800-1000 1000-1200 1200-1400 1400-1600

No. of bulbs: 10 … 50 45 30 … 5

[ Answer: 35 & 11 ]

7. Prove that the value of median lies between mean and mode using the following data.

Age (below) 10 20 30 40 50 60

No. of persons: 11 35 50 79 89 100

[ Answer: Mean = 28.6, Median = 30, Mode = 34.24 ]

8. Find the mean, median and mode for the following data.

Class Interval: 60-75 75-90 90-105 105-120 120-135 135-150

Frequency: 3 3 6 5 7 6

[ Answer: Mean = 111.15, Median = 114, Mode = 130 ]

9. Find the mean, median and mode for the following data.

Class Interval: 10-30 30-50 50-70 70-90 90-110 110-130

Frequency: 4 10 14 12 8 6

[ Answer: Mean = 70.37, Median = 68.57, Mode = 63.33 ]

10. If the median and mode of the following distribution are 33.5 and 34 respectively, find the

missing frequencies.

Wages in Rs.: 0-10 10-20 20-30 30-40 40-50 50-60 60-70 Total

No. of Workers: 4 16 … … … 6 4 230

[ Answer: 60, 100 and 40 ]

11. Given that the mean of wages is Rs.418.75 and the mode is Rs.362.50, find the missing

frequencies. Hence calculate the median of the completed data.

Wages in Rs.: 100-200 200-300 300-400 400-500 500-600 600-700

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No. of Workers: 5 12 … … 14 11

[ Answer: 22, 16 and Median = 406.25 ]

12. Find the missing frequencies for the following data, given that the modal marks are 53.25 and

median is 52.5. Find the arithmetic mean of the completed data.

Marks: 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70-79 80-89

No. of Students: 10 18 25 … 15 12 …

[ Answer: 40, 10 and 52.8076 ]

13. Find the missing frequencies for the following data given that the mode of the distribution is 44

and the median is 45.8

Age in years: 10-20 20-30 30-40 40-50 50-60 60-70 70-80 80-90

No. of persons: 10 10 … 50 29 15 … 10

[ Answer: 36 and 10 ]

14. Find the missing frequencies if the mode of the following distribution is given to be 95 and

arithmetic mean 96.

Weekly Expenditure: 50 – 70 70 – 90 90 – 110 110 – 130 130 – 150

No. of Families: … 60 70 … 10

[ Answer: 20 and 40 ]

15. The following data gives the distribution of marks of some students. The arithmetic mean of

marks is 78 and the mode is 75. Find the missing frequencies.

Marks: 10-30 30-50 50-70 70-90 90-110 110-130 130-150

No. of

5 … 25 30 … 10 5

students:

[ Answer: 10 and 15 ]

16. The median age of the following distribution is 44 years. The modal age is 43 years. Two of the

frequencies however are missing. Find those frequencies given the following data.

Age in years: 25-30 30-35 35-40 40-45 45-50 50-55 55-60

No.of persons: 8 … 24 30 … 20 14

[ Answer: 10 and 26 ]

17. Find the missing frequencies given that the median and mode of the distribution are 1504 and

1500 respectively.

1350- 1550- 1750-

Life in hours: 950-1150 1150-1350 1950-2150

1550 1750 1950

No. of bulbs: .. 43 100 … 23 13

[ Answer: 20 and 81 ]

18. The first and the third quartiles of the following data are given to be 12.5 marks and 25 marks

respectively. Find the missing frequencies.

Marks: 0-5 5-10 10-15 15-20 20-25 25-30 30-35 35-40 Total

Frequency: 4 8 … 19 … 10 5 … 72

[ Answer: 12, 11 and 3 ]

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19. Find the missing frequencies given that the mode is 4400 hours and arithmetic mean is 4100

hours.

Life in hours: 1000-2000 2000-3000 3000-4000 4000-5000 5000-6000 6000-7000 7000-8000

No. of bulbs: 100 … 200 … 150 50 50

[ Answer: 150 and 300 ]

20. If the arithmetic mean for the following frequency distribution is 54 years, find the missing

frequency and also calculate its mode and median.

Age in years: 0 – 20 20 – 40 40 – 60 60 – 80 80 – 100

No. of persons: 4 5 … 11 5

[ Answer: 15, 54.29 years and 54.67 years ]

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- Statictics and Measures of Central TendencyDiunggah olehId Mohammad
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