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GOVERNMENT COLLEGE OF SCIENCE WAHDAT ROAD LAHORE-IT DEPTT BS 4 YEARS PROGRAM-IV

(Midterm -STAT-221, IV-G1-held-19-04- 2017) -Dr. Shahid Iqbal- Points 100 Time Allowed 1.5 Hrs (Roll No.____)

Short Question-1 Given the following 5 statements, state whether these are true or false with the argument in line or two.
1. G.M of 123, 234, 30000, 45, -257, 387, 24567, and 345678 is 59999.99.
2. The value of H.M. for three values 200, 0 and 500 is 250.
3. There is no yet any relationship between A.M, G.M or H.M discovered in general.
4. Skewness is the knowledge about the peak of the distribution.
5. If all the observations in the data are same then mean, median, mode and S.D. are same.
6. Frequency Polygon is figure obtained by plotting class boundaries on X-axis and Mid-Points on Y-axis.
7. Percentiles are values which divide the data into 10 equal parts.
8. For the given arrayed numbers: x , 6, 9,11, 14, the mean= median. What is the number missing x?
9. Find the H.M. of the values 5, 9, 11, 0, 17, 13
10. In a mesokurtic or normal distribution, µ4 = 243, then find the standard deviation. [20]
MCQs Question-2
1- The sum of the relative frequencies for all classes will always equal: (a). ȳ (b). µ (c). One (d). ∑f
2- The scatter in a series of values about the average is called: (a) Center (b) Dispersion (c) Skewness (d) Symmetry
3-If there are ten values each equal to 10, then standard deviation of these values is: (a) 100 (b) 20 (c) 10 (d) 0
4- The positive square root of the mean of the squares of the deviations of observations from their mean is called:
(a) Variance (b) Range (c) Standard deviation (d) Coefficient of variation
5- Which of the following is a unit free quantity:
(a) Range (b) Standard deviation (c) Coefficient of variation (d) Arithmetic mean [10]
Long Question-3
1-Given that ∑f=76, ∑fy=572, ∑fy2=4848, ∑fy3=44240, ∑fy4=42580. Find 1st four moments about mean and discuss
symmetry and kurtosis of the data. [30]
2- Given the ten observations: 1.1, 1.3, 1.7, 2.3, 2.4, 2.6, 2.9, 3.2, 3.6, 3.3, 3.4, 3.8, 4.4, 4.6, and 4.8, Construct a class
frequency distribution taking groups as 1-1.9, 2-2.9 etc. and compute the C.V. for grouped and ungrouped data. [40]

GOVERNMENT COLLEGE OF SCIENCE WAHDAT ROAD LAHORE-IT DEPTT BS 4 YEARS PROGRAM-IV


(Midterm -STAT-221, IV-G1-held-19-04- 2017) -Dr. Shahid Iqbal- Points 100 Time Allowed 1.5 Hours (Roll No.____)

Short Question-1 Given the following 5 statements, state whether these are true or false with the argument in line or two.
1. G.M of 123, 234, 30000, 45, -257, 387, 24567, and 345678 is 59999.99.
2. The value of H.M. for three values 200, 0 and 500 is 250.
3. There is no yet any relationship between A.M, G.M or H.M discovered in general.
4. Skewness is the knowledge about the peak of the distribution.
5. If all the observations in the data are same then mean, median, mode and S.D. are same.
6. Frequency Polygon is figure obtained by plotting class boundaries on X-axis and Mid-Points on Y-axis.
7. Percentiles are values which divide the data into 10 equal parts.
8. For the given arrayed numbers: x , 6, 9,11, 14, the mean= median. What is the number missing x?
9. Find the H.M. of the values 5, 9, 11, 0, 17, 13
10. In a mesokurtic or normal distribution, µ4 = 243, then find the standard deviation. [20]
MCQs Question-2
1- The sum of the relative frequencies for all classes will always equal: (a). ȳ (b). µ (c). one (d). ∑f
2- The scatter in a series of values about the average is called: (a) Center (b) Dispersion (c) Skewness (d) Symmetry
3-If there are ten values each equal to 10, then standard deviation of these values is: (a) 100 (b) 20 (c) 10 (d) 0
4- The positive square root of the mean of the squares of the deviations of observations from their mean is called:
(a) Variance (b) Range (c) Standard deviation (d) Coefficient of variation
5- Which of the following is a unit free quantity:
(a) Range (b) Standard deviation (c) Coefficient of variation (d) Arithmetic mean [10]
Long Question-3
1-Given that ∑f=76, ∑fy=572, ∑fy2=4848, ∑fy3=44240, ∑fy4=42580. Find 1st four moments about mean and discuss
symmetry and kurtosis of the data. [30]
2- Given the ten observations: 1.1, 1.3, 1.7, 2.3, 2.4, 2.6, 2.9, 3.2, 3.6, 3.3, 3.4, 3.8, 4.4, 4.6, and 4.8, Construct a class
frequency distribution taking groups as 1-1.9, 2-2.9 etc. and compute the C.V. for grouped and ungrouped data. [40]
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