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MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME 00 cV Term-End Examination December, 2011
MANAGERIAL APPLICATIONS Time : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100 (Weightage 70%)
Note : (i) Section - A has six questions, each carrying 15 marks. Attempt any four questions from this section. (ii) Section - B is compulsory and carries 40 marks. Attempt both questions. (iii) Statistical tables may be supplied on request.
SECTION A What do you understand by a continuous frequency distribution ? Explain various terms that are frequently used in a frequency distribution. Also highlight the difference in inclusive and exclusive methods of classes.
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Letting A represent the event that vendor 1 gets at least one of these two orders, B the event that the same vendor gets both orders and C the event that vendors 1 & 3 do not get either order. List the elements of (a) Entire sample space (b) BUC (c) A
In a random sample of 500 people of a city, it was found that 160 people have a car from Maruti Suzuki family. Find a 95% confidence interval for the actual proportion of people who have a car from Maruti Suzuki family.
Quotations of index numbers of equity shares price of a certain joint stock company and of prices of preference shares are given below : Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Equity shares 97.5 99.4 98.6 92.2 95.1 98.4 97.1 Preference shares 75.1 75.9 77.1 78.2 79.0 74.8 76.2 Use the method of Rank correlation to determine the relationship between equity share and preference share prices.
Write short notes on any three of the following : (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Inductive statistics Skewness Criterion of pessimism Double sampling Auto - correlation & Time series
The incomes of a group of 10,000 people were found to be normally distributed with mean Rs 7500 p.m and standard deviation Rs 500. Show that of this group 95% had incomes exceeding Rs 6680 and only 5% had income exceeding Rs 8320.
The following table gives the number of accounting clerks committing errors and not committing errors between trained and untrained clerks working in an organisation : Committing Not Committing Errors Errors Trained 70 530 Untrained 155 745 Total 225 1275 Clerks Total 600 900 1500
Test the effectiveness of training in preventing errors. Use 0.05 level of significance (Given X2at 1 d.f and a=0.05 =3.841).