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- The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You're Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are
- Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams
- The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business
- Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance
- Come as You Are: The Surprising New Science that Will Transform Your Sex Life
- Come as You Are: The Surprising New Science that Will Transform Your Sex Life
- Postmortem
- Undaunted Courage: Meriwether Lewis Thomas Jefferson and the Opening
- Love and Respect: The Love She Most Desires; The Respect He Desperately Needs
- The Bone Labyrinth: A Sigma Force Novel
- Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself
- Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion
- Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead
- Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World
- The Highly Sensitive Person
- Radical Remission: Surviving Cancer Against All Odds
- How to Change Your Mind: What the New Science of Psychedelics Teaches Us About Consciousness, Dying, Addiction, Depression, and Transcendence
- Other Minds: The Octopus, the Sea, and the Deep Origins of Consciousness
- Out of My Later Years: The Scientist, Philosopher, and Man Portrayed Through His Own Words

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( Choose one )

Poor in drawing inferences from unrelated data

Are rich on data and do not draw information from it

Are not rich in data but draw inferences from past data

Draw inferences on present information on judgment

Statistics can be applied in

( Choose one )

Purchasing a particular brand of Tea and running a kilometer

Quality control methods and planned recruitment

Investing a amount in a particular mutual fund and building a house

Treating animals and clearing 1 meter in high jump

Statistics in singular noun is defined as

( Choose one )

Set of data presented and interpreted

Aggregate of facts collected in any manner

Numerical facts relating to a set of objects

The science of collection, presentation, analysis and interpretation of numerical data

Statistics is

( Choose one )

A single individual data and presented

Estimated and collected at random

Not affected by external forces and are collected for any purpose

Affected by external forces and are expressed numerically

In industry Statistics is applied in the following areas

( Choose one )

Plant layout

Quality control

Transfers of Managers

No.of vendors

In order to determine the number of dumb schools, the local Government decides to conduct a

survey iv. A useful measure that can be derived from observation is

( Choose one )

Number of blind people

Percentage blindness

Number of local people

Number of blind people per 1000

In which of the area Statistics is not applied

( Choose one )

Booking a Railway ticket

Insurance premiums

To construct Cost of living index

Fixation of wages

Statistics are collected in a

( Choose one )

Random Manner

Haphazard manner

Whims & Fancies

Systematic manner

Statistics deals with

( Choose one )

Individual results

Aggregate of facts

Standard results

Qualitative data

The study of movement of wholesale prices of a commodity

( Choose one )

Requires Statistics

Does not require the help of Statistics

Can be done with Econometrics

Can be done with Mathematics

A study was conducted to find the usefulness of mobiles for auto-rickshaw drivers. About 600 auto-

rickshaw drivers residing in different localities were contacted over their mobile. The increase in their

income was noted down i. The method adopted for collection of information is. Choose one )

Direct Method

Oral interview

Schedules

Telephonic conversation

In order to determine the number of dumb schools, the local Government decides to conduct a

survey iii. The observation made on

( Choose one )

Used for mathematical methods

By applying statistical methods

Useless for statistical methods

First treated with attributes

In order to determine the number of dumb schools, the local Government decides to conduct a

survey ii. The observations of units is

( Choose one )

Discrete

Quantitative

Qualitative

Variable

In order to determine the number of dumb schools, the local Government decides to conduct a

survey i. The Survey must be on

( Choose one )

All local people

House holds

Specified localities

Randomly selected individuals

An advertising agency mailed 100 questionnaires to the viewers to know the impact level of the

advertisement. It received only one questionnaire back. iv. The main disadvantage of

questionnaire is

( Choose one )

Confidential questions

Uneducated respondents

Superfluous questions

More questions

An advertising agency mailed 100 questionnaires to the viewers to know the impact level of the

advertisement. It received only one questionnaire back. iii. Agency has adopted

( Choose one )

Census method

Sampling method

Collection of data from secondary source

Complete enumeration

An advertising agency mailed 100 questionnaires to the viewers to know the impact level of the

advertisement. It received only one questionnaire back. ii. The method adopted to collect

information is

( Choose one )

Mailed questionnaire

Telephonic interview

Schedule

Oral interview

An advertising agency mailed 100 questionnaires to the viewers to know the impact level of the

advertisement. It received only one questionnaire back. i. It is not possible to apply statistics because.

It is not confidential

It does not deal with single result

It does not deal with qualitative data

A study was conducted to find the usefulness of mobiles for auto-rickshaw drivers. About 600

auto-rickshaw drivers residing in different localities were contacted over their mobile. The

increase in their income was noted down iv. The final results should be presented in terms of

( Choose one )

Percentage increase

Increase in income

Income after mobile usage

Difference between incomes

A study was conducted to find the usefulness of mobiles for auto-rickshaw drivers. About 600

auto-rickshaw drivers residing in different localities were contacted over their mobile. The

increase in their income was noted down iii. The observation made is

( Choose one )

Discrete variable

Qualitative

Quantitative

Judgment

A study was conducted to find the usefulness of mobiles for auto-rickshaw drivers. About 600

auto-rickshaw drivers residing in different localities were contacted over their mobile. The

increase in their income was noted down ii. The result of the study will be more efficient if the

sampling method adopted is

( Choose one )

Cluster

Quota

Systematic

Stratified

In order to determine the number of dumb schools, the local Government decides to conduct a

survey iv. A useful measure that can be derived from observation is

( Choose one )

Number of blind people

Percentage blindness

Number of local people

Number of blind people per 1000

A hospital wants to start some new department for treating patients. Since the cost will be high

they decide to estimate the return. i. The most appropriate units of observation will be .

( Choose one )

Patients

The return received by other hospitals having same department

Each number of the locality

Doctors of all hospitals

Suppose the State Government wishes to find the average yield of wheat per acre then iii. The

scope of the investigation is

( Choose one )

Land used for wheat production

Land used for Buildings

Land used for agricultural purpose

Land available in State

Suppose the State Government wishes to find the average yield of wheat per acre then ii. The

data for (i) can be obtained from

( Choose one )

Census record

Sample

Secondary source

Pilot survey

Suppose the State Government wishes to find the average yield of wheat per acre then i. As first

step, it should get information on

( Choose one )

Total number of labourers used for the purpose

Total number of acre available in the state

Total number of acre and yield available in the state

Total number of days that will be use for the purpose

A person is hired by a five star hotel to study the possibility of improving the returns through

customer's satisfaction. The person appointed for this purpose collects data from the customers

with respect to the quality of food and service, satisfaction and price aspects. iv. Service level

can be improved by

( Choose one )

Providing proper environment to customers

Recalling its old staff

Giving proper training

Recruiting new set of people

A person is hired by a five star hotel to study the possibility of improving the returns through

customer's satisfaction. The person appointed for this purpose collects data from the customers

with respect to the quality of food and service, satisfaction and price aspects. iii. The information

will help the management

( Choose one )

To increase satisfaction level

To decrease price

To increase service level

To reorganize and improve in all respects

A person is hired by a five star hotel to study the possibility of improving the returns through

customer's satisfaction. The person appointed for this purpose collects data from the customers

with respect to the quality of food and service, satisfaction and price aspects. ii. Two of the

information collected belong to intangible cadre. They are

( Choose one )

Service and price

Quality of food and price

Quality of food and service

Price and satisfaction

A person is hired by a five star hotel to study the possibility of improving the returns through

customer's satisfaction. The person appointed for this purpose collects data from the customers

with respect to the quality of food and service, satisfaction and price aspects. i. The Hotel

management collects data by

( Choose one )

Direct observation

Indirect oral interview

Through questionnaire

Through agent

A hospital wants to start some new department for treating patients. Since the cost will be high

they decide to estimate the return. iv. Another useful added information for the purpose of

investigation is

( Choose one )

Number of Beds available in the hospital

Number of Doctors in the locality

Percentage of patients living in the locality

Percentage of patients wanting such new department

A hospital wants to start some new department for treating patients. Since the cost will be high

they decide to estimate the return. iii. Unit of measurement will be

( Choose one )

Percentage net return

Total Return

Net Return

Break-even point

A hospital wants to start some new department for treating patients. Since the cost will be high

they decide to estimate the return. ii. The data is collected by

( Choose one )

Secondary source

Primary source

Direct personal observation

Indirect oral interview

Suppose the State Government wishes to find the average yield of wheat per acre then iv. Data

collected should be in terms of

( Choose one )

Kg / acre

Kg / field

Kg / yield

Kg / person

A properly planned investigations leads to

( Choose one )

Best results with minimum cost and time

Averages results with least cost

Results with average cost and time

Best results with maximum cost and time

Control methods are used to

( Choose one )

Determine cost and time involved

Check accuracy, coverage, analysis and interpretation

Determine sample size and reliability of results

Determine sample units to be studied and measurement

The objectives of investigation could be

( Choose one )

To collect data , classify and present

To collect data, present and interpret

To obtain certain estimates or to establish a theory or to verify the existing relationship

To collect data, edit and classify

The scope of investigation covers such as

( Choose one )

Theories and their application

Manpower required to supervise the work

Statistical tools to be used and generalization of findings

Area to be covered, time, and cost

Control methods adopted in a survey at every stage is to check

( Choose one )

Time consumed

Accuracy

Accuracy, measurement analysis and interpretation

Cost

Sequence of planning a survey is

( Choose one )

Defining the problem, scope of investigation, organization of investigation and specifying

objectives

Scope of investigation, organization of investigation, defining the problem and specifying

objectives

Organization, scope of investigation, defining the problem and specifying the objectives

Defining the problem, specifying objectives, scope of investigation and organization

Statistical Survey is a scientific process of

( Choose one )

Collection of data

Collection and analysis of data

Collection and analysis of numerical data

Analysis of data

The collected data should be first

( Choose one )

Interpreted

Tabulated

Edited

Presented

The relevance and accuracy of data depends upon care exercised during

( Choose one )

Planning and execution

Implementation

Planning

Execution

Classifications done on the basis of attributes blindness and region are known as

( Choose one )

Two-way quantitative classification

Two-way qualitative and geographical classification

Two-way conditional classification

Two-way qualitative classification

Raw data relating to weight and height of people of residential complex can be

( Choose one )

Analyzed and interpreted without further treatment

Classified according to two different classes

Tabulated without classification

Used for presentation without further treatment

Two functions of classification are

( Choose one )

Presentation and interpretation

Forming trend and tendencies of data

Scrutiny and editing

Reduce bulk data and facilitate comparisons

Two requisites of good classification are

( Choose one )

Ambiguous and not mutually exclusive

Unstable and heterogeneous

Mutually inclusive and bring out essential features

Exhaustive and revealing

Classification

( Choose one )

Reduces the bulk data

Arranges data in descending order

Arranges data in ascending order

Does not facilitate comparison

Data that are immeasurable is classified under

( Choose one )

Qualitative classification

Geographical classification

Statistical series

conditional classification

Data collected state-wise is known as

( Choose one )

Geographical classification

Qualitative classification

Conditional classification

statistical series

Data classified according to the time of occurrence is known as

( Choose one )

Geographical classification

Conditional classification

Qualitative classification

Chronological classification

Data arranged logically according to size is known as

( Choose one )

Statistical series

Chronological classification

Manifold classification

Quantitative classification

Classification of workers according to education and skill is called

( Choose one )

Time series

Manifold

Two-way

One-way

Classification of employees according to skill, sex and education comes under

( Choose one )

Two-way

Manifold

Bivariate

One-way

Classification follows

( Choose one )

Presentation

Interpretation

Collection

Tabulation

Classification done according to two variables is known as

( Choose one )

Two-way classification

Frequency distribution

Manifold classification

one-way classification

In classification each unit is allotted to

( Choose one )

overlapping group

Only one group

None of the groups

Two or more groups

There are 200 employees in a firm. 81 of them are Male and the rest Female. 12 of them are

Doctorates 53 of them are Graduates and the rest Post graduates. Education level of females are

as follows: 8 doctorates 89 Post graduates and the rest graduates.Then Tabulation

( Choose one )

Brings out layout nicely

Make comparisons easier

Do not bring out trends

Brings out figures clearly

There are 200 employees in a firm. 81 of them are Male and the rest Female. 12 of them are

Doctorates 53 of them are Graduates and the rest Post graduates. Education level of females are

as follows: 8 doctorates 89 Post graduates and the rest graduates. i. Without tabulating can we

quickly say that

( Choose one )

Male post graduates are more than female P.G

Female P.G's are more than Male P.G's

Both are equal

Difficult to say

There are 200 employees in a firm. 81 of them are Male and the rest Female. 12 of them are

Doctorates 53 of them are Graduates and the rest Post graduates. Education level of females are

as follows: 8 doctorates 89 Post graduates and the rest graduates. i. The above form of describing

a situation is known as

( Choose one )

Classification

Tabulation

Text form

Quantitative form

A company finds that the efficiency of 60 non-graduates to be 70%, 80 graduates to be 75

% and 30 post graduates to be 85% ii. The average efficiency of non graduates and graduates is

( Choose one )

80%

72.86%

76%

70%

A company finds that the efficiency of 60 non-graduates to be 70%, 80 graduates to be 75% and

30 post graduates to be 85% iii. The average efficiency of graduates and post graduates is

( Choose one )

75.91%

78.02%

76.82%

77.73%

A company finds that the efficiency of 60 non-graduates to be 70%, 80 graduates to be 75% and

30 post graduates to be 85% iv. The overall efficiency is

( Choose one )

76%

77%

78%

77.73%

A company finds that the efficiency of 60 non-graduates to be 70%, 80 graduates to be 75% and

30 post graduates to be 85%. i)The method used to find overall efficiency is

( Choose one )

Harmonic mean

Geometric mean

Combined average

Arithmetic mean

Mr. Anil goes to a supermarket. He purchases 8 pieces of item A @ Rs.5/- each, 12 pieces of

item B @ Rs.10/- each, 15 pieces of item C @ Rs.20/- each, 10 pieces of item D @ Rs.15/- each

and 6 pieces of item E @ Rs.12/- each. It is a __________ Distribution

( Choose one )

Continuous

Relative

Discrete

Cumulative

Mr. Anil goes to a supermarket. He purchases 8 pieces of item A @ Rs.5/- each, 12 pieces of

item B @ Rs.10/- each, 15 pieces of item C @ Rs.20/- each, 10 pieces of item D @ Rs.15/- each

and 6 pieces of item E @ Rs.12/- each. The average price per piece is

( Choose one )

12.05

13.88

13.37

14.88

Mr. Anil goes to a supermarket. He purchases 8 pieces of item A @ Rs.5/- each, 12 pieces of

item B @ Rs.10/- each, 15 pieces of item C @ Rs.20/- each, 10 pieces of item D @ Rs.15/- each

and 6 pieces of item E @ Rs.12/- each. The total amount spend by him is

( Choose one )

650

750

600

682

A good average must be

( Choose one )

Based on some values and properly defined

Based on all values and rigidly defined

Based on extreme values and rigidly defined

Based on important values and affected by sampling fluctuations

Find the mean value for the grouped data. C.I 10-20 20-30 30-40 40-50 50-60 60-70 Freq 15 10

8 12 16 9

( Choose one )

34.8

33.2

35.44

40

The mean of the following distribution is X 145 155 165 175 Freq 10 12 15 10

( Choose one )

160.3

165.9

159.7

162.1

The mean value of age for the data given by Age 10 15 20 25 30 No. of people 2 4 5 7 8

( Choose one )

22.7

22.5

22.6

22.9

A good measure of Average should be

( Choose one )

Based on all values

Affected by extreme values

Affected by sampling fluctuations

Comparable

The average value of -4, -3, 0, 3, 4 is

( Choose one )

2

3

-1

0

Sum of squares of deviation of individual values taken from mean will always be

( Choose one )

Minimum

Maximum

Negative

0

Sum of deviations of individual results taken mean will always be

( Choose one )

1

0

2

-1

Statistical Average provide basis for

( Choose one )

Frequency distribution

Decision making

Graphical presentation

Finding median

Measure of central tendency are of

( Choose one )

First order

Second order

Zero order

No order This

It is not possible to calculate A.M. for distributions with

( Choose one )

Exclusive type of intervals

Open-intervals

Closed intervals

Inclusive type of intervals

If to every value of 10, 12, 15, 20, 25 we add 2 then average will

( Choose one )

Increase by 2

Increase by 5

Decrease by 1

Not increase

A.M is

( Choose one )

More stable

Fluctuates

Unstable

Less stable

The average value of 10, 12, 15, 17, 6 is

( Choose one )

15

10

8

12

If A, B and C are the events of getting odd number, even number and pirme numbers

respectively when a die is rolled, then A, B and C are

( Choose one )

Mutually exclusive

Mutually exclusive and exhaustive

Not mutually exclusive

Exhaustive

In classical approach to probability, the probability of an event is determined by

( Choose one )

Past records

By experience

After conducting the experiment

Before conducting experiment

The approach that will be adopted to find the probability that a student selected at random from a

particular college will play snooker is

( Choose one )

Empirical

Mathematical

Axiomatic

subjective

The sample points of the random experiment when 2 coins are tossed at a time are given by

( Choose one )

(HH, HT, TT)

(HH, TH, HT)

(HH, HT, TH, TT)

(H, T, HH)

Events are said to be mutually exclusive if the occurrence of one

( Choose one )

Prevents the occurrence of other

Does not prevent the occurrence of other

Make the other to happen simultaneously

Stimulate the occurrence of others

The statistical tool that deals systematically and scientifically with uncertainty is known as

( Choose one )

Games Theory

Probability Theory

Theory of estimation

Sequencing Theory

Subjective approach is more suitable if sample size is

( Choose one )

Greater than 100

Greater than 50

Less than 600

Less than ten

Probability of getting head when a coin is thrown, comes under

( Choose one )

Conditional probability

Priori approach

Empirical approach

Subjective approach

In statistical approach probability is determined

( Choose one )

Before conducting experiment

After conducting experiment

By personal experience

On the basis of set theory

In real life it is always not possible to conduct experiment, because of

( Choose one )

Selection of units

Lack of equipments

High cost

Low response

In axiomatic approach value of P(Ai) is

( Choose one )

Less than zero

Greater than zero

Between zero and one

Greater than one

If the chances of occurrence of events are equal then events are called as

( Choose one )

Independent

Exhaustive

Equally likely

If "m" outcomes are favourable to an event A and "n" are total outcomes of an experiment then

P(A) =

( Choose one )

m + n / n

n - m / n

n / m

m / n

When we toss three coins, total outcome is given by

( Choose one )

4

6

8

10

A box has 100 tickets with numbers from 1 to 100 one ticket is drawn at random from the box. i.

The probability that the number drawn is divisible by 24 is

( Choose one )

0.03

0.04

0.02

0.05

The probability that Mr.Amar, Ashish and Mr.Astosh will become chairman of a company are

0.4, 0.3 and 0.3 respectively. The probability that they will introduce a new product I the market

are 0.08, 0.10 and 0.15 respectively. iv. The rule used in answering the above questions is

( You can choose multiple options )

Addition

Multiplication

Conditional

Baye's

The probability that Mr.Amar, Ashish and Mr.Astosh will become chairman of a company are

0.4, 0.3 and 0.3 respectively. The probability that they will introduce a new product I the market

are 0.08, 0.10 and 0.15 respectively. iii. The probability that the new product has been introduced

is

( Choose one )

0.112

0.025

0.107

0.124

The probability that Mr.Amar, Ashish and Mr.Astosh will become chairman of a company are

0.4, 0.3 and 0.3 respectively. The probability that they will introduce a new product I the market

are 0.08, 0.10 and 0.15 respectively. ii. The probability that either Mr.Amar or Mr.Ashish have

introduced the new product is

( Choose one )

0.58

0.50

0.62

0.42

In a housing complex there are 51 apartments. All of them are occupied by individual families.

Mr.X living in that complex wishes to form a committee of 5 members by selecting head of the

family. Since the idea came from him every body agrees that he should be one member . The

probability that six members will be selected is

( Choose one )

6 / 51

6 / 50

0

6 / 45

In a housing complex there are 51 apartments. All of them are occupied by individual families.

Mr.X living in that complex wishes to form a committee of 5 members by selecting head of the

family. Since the idea came from him every body agrees that he should be one member iii. The

probability that a house hold head will be selected is

( Choose one )

1 / 51

1 / 50

1 / 45

1 / 48

In a housing complex there are 51 apartments. All of them are occupied by individual families.

Mr.X living in that complex wishes to form a committee of 5 members by selecting head of the

family. Since the idea came from him every body agrees that he should be one member ii. The

population is a

( Choose one )

Finite population

Infinite population

600 members

800 members

A sales manager has ten salesmen working under him. He moves with them closely and know

the strengths and weakness of each. Under any new circumstances he knows that Rama, Ramu,

Ranga and Rathan will succeed in the ratio 2:3:4:6 iv. The type of approach followed by sales

manager is

( Choose one )

Classical

Statistical

Subjective

Axiomatic

A sales manager has ten salesmen working under him. He moves with them closely and know

the strengths and weakness of each. Under any new circumstances he knows that Rama, Ramu,

Ranga and Rathan will succeed in the ratio 2:3:4:6 iii. The probability that Ramu or Ranga will

succeed is

( Choose one )

7 / 15

6 / 15

8 / 15

10 / 15

A sales manager has ten salesmen working under him. He moves with them closely and know

the strengths and weakness of each. Under any new circumstances he knows that Rama, Ramu,

Ranga and Rathan will succeed in the ratio 2:3:4:6 ii. The probability that Rama and Rathan will

succeed is

( Choose one )

18 / 225

25 / 225

20 / 225

4 / 75

A sales manager has ten salesmen working under him. He moves with them closely and know

the strengths and weakness of each. Under any new circumstances he knows that Rama, Ramu,

Ranga and Rathan will succeed in the ratio 2:3:4:6 i. The probability that Ramu will succeed is

( Choose one )

2 / 15

3 / 15

4 / 15

6 / 15

A box has 100 tickets with numbers from 1 to 100 one ticket is drawn at random from the box.

iv. The probability that it is divisible by - 25 is

( Choose one )

0.05

0

1

0.04

A box has 100 tickets with numbers from 1 to 100 one ticket is drawn at random from the box.

iii. The probability that the number drawn is divisible by 12 or 23 is

( Choose one )

0.10

0.20

0.18

0.12

A box has 100 tickets with numbers from 1 to 100 one ticket is drawn at random from the box. ii.

The probability that the number is divisible by 15 or 30 is

( Choose one )

0.06

0.03

0.07

0.08

The probability that Mr.Amar, Ashish and Mr.Astosh will become chairman of a company are

0.4, 0.3 and 0.3 respectively. The probability that they will introduce a new product in the market

are 0.08, 0.10 and 0.15 respectively. i. The probability that Mr.Astosh has introduced the new

product is

( Choose one )

0.32

0.42

0.30

0.51

"X" is a Poisson variate such that 2P(X = 0) = P(X = 1) then i. The mean of the distribution is

( Choose one )

1

2.5

2.5

2

In a Binomial distribution p = 0.4 and n = 6 then iv. P(X = 3) is

( Choose one )

0.029

0.291

0.009

0.019

The average closing of a savings banks account which is normally distributed was found to be 35

months with a S.D of 5 months. Then i. The probability that SB A/c will be closed on or before

25 months is

( Choose one )

0.4772

0.4332

0.4750

0.4653

The average closing of a savings banks account which is normally distributed was found to be 35

months with a S.D of 5 months. Then ii. The probability that it will be alive between 30 and 40

months is

( Choose one )

0.6714

0.7111

0.6826

0.6529

The average closing of a savings banks account which is normally distributed was found to be 35

months with a S.D of 5 months. Then iii. The probability that it will be alive after 42.5 months is

( Choose one )

0.0712

0.0668

0.0612

0.0701

The average closing of a savings banks account which is normally distributed was found to be 35

months with a S.D of 5 months. Then iv. The probability that it exists between 40 and 45 months

is

( Choose one )

0.1241

0.1311

0.1299

0.1359

There are 625 packets of a product. Each packet contains 4 products. The probability that a

product will be defective is 0.2. Then i. Expected number of packets to contain zero defectives

( Choose one )

250

260

270

256

There are 625 packets of a product. Each packet contains 4 products. The probability that a

product will be defective is 0.2. Then ii. Expected number of packets to contains exactly two

defectives

( Choose one )

90

96

100

95

There are 625 packets of a product. Each packet contains 4 products. The probability that a

product will be defective is 0.2. Then iii. Expected number of packets to contain 3 or more

defectives

( Choose one )

10

20

16

12

In a Binomial distribution p = 0.4 and n = 6 then iii. P(X ? 1) is

( Choose one )

0.1202

0.1313

0.1296

0.1206

In a Binomial distribution p = 0.4 and n = 6 then ii. P(X >= 4) is

( Choose one )

0.007

0.006

0.008

0.010

"X" is a Poisson variate such that 2P(X = 0) = P(X = 1) then ii. P(X = 0) is

( Choose one )

0.135

0.145

0.125

0.155

"X" is a Poisson variate such that 2P(X = 0) = P(X = 1) then iii. P(X ? 1)

( Choose one )

0.805

0.865

0.800

0.905

"X" is a Poisson variate such that 2P(X = 0) = P(X = 1) then iv. P(1 ? x ? 3)

( Choose one )

0.70

0.75

0.80

0.90

A company produces two products A and B. Out of 5 products of A one was found to be

defective. Out of 6 products of B 2 were found to be defective i. Probability that exactly one will

be defective in product B is

( Choose one )

0.263

0.363

0.243

0.223

A company produces two products A and B. Out of 5 products of A one was found to be

defective. Out of 6 products of B 2 were found to be defective ii. Probability that one of A and

one of B will be defective is

( Choose one )

0.1002

0.0981

0.1211

0.1077

A company produces two products A and B. Out of 5 products of A one was found to be

defective. Out of 6 products of B 2 were found to be defective iii. Probability that either one of A

or two of B will be defective

( Choose one )

0.7344

0.8388

0.8011

0.7555

A company produces two products A and B. Out of 5 products of A one was found to be

defective. Out of 6 products of B 2 were found to be defective iv. The event of either getting 2

defectives in A or one defect in B are

( Choose one )

Dependent

Mutually exclusive

Exhaustive

Equally likely

In a Binomial distribution p = 0.4 and n = 6 then i. P(x = 0) is

( Choose one )

0.062

0.078

0.78

0.008

There are 625 packets of a product. Each packet contains 4 products. The probability that a

product will be defective is 0.2. Then iv. Expected number of packets to contain 1 or 2 defective

( Choose one )

300

310

352

340

8C

2

q

8-2

p

2

represents

( Choose one )

Probability of 6 success

Probability of 2 success

Probability of 8 success

Probability of 4 success

If T

2

= 28, N = 256, n = 8, p = q = 1/2 then T

3

is

( Choose one )

28

56

60

49

The probability of getting an occupational disease is 1/4. Out of 5 employees, the probability that

exactly 2 will get the disease is

( Choose one )

135/512

120/512

164/512

141/512

Two examples of observed discrete frequency distributions are

( Choose one )

Salary distribution of employees and weight distribution of students

Salary distribution of students and height distribution of employees

No. of children in the family and No. of pedals in a flower

Length of leaves and Age distribution of Trees

The 5

th

term in the expansion of (q+p)

12

are

a. 12C

5

q

5

p

10

b. 12C

6

q

10

p

5

c. 12C

5

q

5

p

8

d. 12C

4

q

8

p

4

( Choose one )

a

b

c

d

Binomial distribution has

( Choose one )

No mode

One mode

Two modes

Several modes

The expansion (0.2 + 0.8)

6

will have

( Choose one )

5 terms

6 terms

7 terms

8 terms

The Bernoulli variable assumes values

( Choose one )

1,1

2,1

0,1

0,0

Number of pedals in a flower is an example of

( Choose one )

Univariate type

Bivariate type

Binomial variate type

Multivariate type

If x is a binomial variate with p = 0.46, then q =

( Choose one )

0.64

0.55

0.54

0.56

If n = 10, p = 0.3 for a Binomial distribution then its mean and variance are

( Choose one )

3, 2.1

3, 0.7

3, 0.3

2, 2.1

For the binomial (0.2 + 0.8)

6

, mean is

( Choose one )

1.2

0.16

1.6

4.8

For Binomial distribution np = 5 and npq= 4, then p =

( Choose one )

0.2

0.3

0.5

0.8

The mean and variance of Binomial distribution are

( Choose one )

p, q

np, npq

np,

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