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SARDAR PATEL UNIVERSITY
BBA (IV Sem.) Examination
Saturday, 7 March 2015
2.30 - 4.30 pm
UM04CBBA04/09 - Statistics for Management
Total Marks: 60
Note: 1) Figures to the right indicate marks.
2) Use of simple calculators is allowed.

II

Q.1
(a)
(b)
Q.1
(a)
(b)
Q.2
(a)

(b)

Q.2
(a)
(b)

Give the difference between sample survey and population survey.


State the characteristics of a good sample.
OR

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Explain with illustration the meaning of population, sample,


parameters and statistics.
Explain briefly the methods of sampling that you have studied.

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The mean of a random sample of 1000 units is 17.6 and the mean of
another random sample of 800 units is 18.
Can it be concluded that, both the samples come from the same
population with Standard Deviation = 2.6?
[Use 5% level of significance]
The sales data of an item is six shops before and after a special
promotion campaign are as under:
Can the campaign be judged as success? Test at 5% level of
significance.
Before Campaign: 53
28
32
48
50
42
After Campaign: 58
32
30
50
56
45
OR

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State toe procedure for testing a hypothesis.


The information regarding marks of boys and girls of a college is
given below. Test at 5% level that the difference in standard
deviation is significant.

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Sample
Boys
Girls
Q.3
(a)

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Mean
83
81

S.D.
10
12

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Sample Size
121
81

In a certain sample of 2000 families, 1400 families are consumers of


tea. Out of 1800 Hindu families 1236 families consume tea. Use

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test (Chi-Square test) and 5% level of significance. State whether


there is any significant difference between consumption of tea
among Hindu and Non-Hindu families.

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(b)

The following information is obtained for two samples drawn from two
normal populations. Test at 5% level of significance the hypothesis
that the population variances are equal.
Sample
Size
Mean
S.D.
10
12
3.162
II
12
15
5.115
OR

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(a)

Five coins are tossed for 320 times and the following distribution of
number of head is obtained. Using Chi-Square test at 5% level of
significance the hypothesis that coins are unbiased
No. of heads:
0
1
2
3
4
5
f : 8 42 116 90 52 12

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(b)

Write note on: (a) Type I and Type II Error


(b) Level of Significance

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The following figures relate to the price of a commodity in four


different cities. Test at 5% that there is no significant difference in the
prices in the four cities. [Subtract 15 from each observation to code
the data]

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0.3

0.4
(a)

City
A
B
C
D
(b)

12
15
17
15

16
14
16
12

Price
16
14
15
15

15
14
16

16

Distinguish between large and small sample tests.


OR

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The performance of 3 operators in 4 machines is given below.


Perform two-way ANOVA using 5% level of significance. Apply
coding by subtracting 580 from each observations and then dividing

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0.4
(a)

by 10.
A

Operators
(b)

I
II
III

560
580
570

Machines
B
C
540 580
550 600
560 560

560
590
590

Write note on: (a) Goodness of Fit Test


(b) Degree of Freedom

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