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QUANTITATIVE METHODS

PART A

1. Which of the following descriptive statiscal procedures cannot be used with a continuous
variable?

a. A frequency distribution

b. A grouped frequency distribution

c. A median

d. A mean

2. The rejection of the null hypothesis H0 when it is true is called ………………………..

3. If two populations are different on their population means and the inferential statistical test
leads you to conclude that the populations are equivalent, you have ……………………..

a. Made a type I error

b. Made a type II error

c. Drawn a correct inference

d. Inflated your alpha

4. The test used to test the equality of population variance is

a. T test

b. Z test

c. F test

d. None of the above

5. This test is used to judge the randomness of a sample on the basis of the order in which the
observation are taken

a. Sign test of paired data

b. Kruskal wallis test

c. One sample run test

d. None of the above


PART B

6. a. Write down the scope of statistics in business and industry?

Or

b . Compute Median from the following data

Income 4000 4500 5800 5060 6600 5380


No. of Person 24 26 16 20 6 30

7. a. Find the Mean Deviation from the mean for the following data.

MV 125 175 225 275 325


No. of Students 3 8 21 6 2
Or

b. The data given below is about the treatment of 250 patients suffering from a disease. state
whether the new treatment is superior to the conventional treatment?

No of patients
Treatment Total
Favorable Non-Favorable
New 140 30 170
Conventional 60 20 80
200 50 250

8. a. Write down the application of T-test?

Or

b. A sample of 400 male students is found to have a mean height of 67.47 inches. Can it be
reasonable regarded as a sample from a large population with mean height of 67.39 inches and
SD 1.30 inches? Test at 5% level of significance.

9. a. Write the difference between correlation and regression.

Or

b. Calculate the rank correlation co-efficient from the following data.

Rank X 5 3 1 2 4
Rank Y 1 4 5 3 2

10. a. what is hypothesis statement and how it is tested?

Or
b. use Mann –Whitney U –Test to test whether a new fever drug is effective or not for the given
data.

Control 11 15 9 4 34 17 18 14 12 13 26 31
Drug 34 31 35 29 28 12 18 30 14 22 10 29

PART C

11. Calculate the median and mode for the following data and using the answer find the value of
mean.

Marks No. of students


0 – 10 8
10 – 20 15
20 – 30 22
30 – 40 20
40 – 50 10
50 - 60 5

12. a. Explain the various measures of dispersion and list the various measures of central tendency.

Or

b. Draw bar diagram for the following data

Sales Gross Profit Net Profit


Year
(‘000 Rs.) (‘000 Rs.) (‘000 Rs.)
2004 120 40 20
2005 135 45 30
2006 140 55 35
2007 150 60 40

13. a. 1000 students at college level are graded according to their IQ and their economic conditions.
Use chi-square test to find out whether there is any association between economic condition
and the level of IQ.

Economic Mediu
High low Total
Condition m
Rich 160 300 140 600
Poor 140 100 160 400
Total 300 400 300 1000

Or
b. 2 samples are drawn from 2 normal population from the following data. Using F Test find
whether the samples have the same variance at 5% level of significance.
Sample 1 60 65 71 74 76 82 85 87 - -
Sample 2 61 66 67 85 78 63 85 86 88 91

14. a. Calculate karl-pearsons correlation co-efficient for the following marks secured by 10 students
in accountancy(X) and statistics (Y)

X 45 70 65 30 90 40 50 75 85 60
Y 35 90 70 40 95 40 60 80 80 50
Or

b. Obtain the rank correlation coefficient for the following data of marks secured by two groups
of students X and Y.

X 68 64 65 50 64 80 75 40 55 64
Y 62 58 68 45 81 60 68 48 50 70

15. a. A mail order gift company has the following sample data on sales, separated according to how
the order was paid. Test the hypothesis that there is no different in the amount of orders paid for
by cash, by cheque or by credit cards. Use Kruskal-Wallis test with a 5% LOS.

Credit card orders 78 64 75 45 82 69 60


Cheque orders 110 70 53 51 61 68 -
Cash orders 90 68 70 54 74 65 69

Or

b. Tthe following is an arrangement of 25 men, M and 15 women, W lined up to purchase ticket


for a premier picture show:

M WW MMM W MM W M W M WWW MMM W MM W MM WWW MMMMMM WWW


MMMMMM

Test for randomness at the 5% level of significance. (Z Value = 1.96 at 5% level)