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BCS-040
Statistical Techniques
BCA(IV)/040/Assignment/ 2015
100
25%
15th October, 2015 (For July 2015 Session)
15th April, 2016 (For January 2016 Session)

This assignment has fourteen questions in all and carries 80 marks. The rest of
the 20 marks are for viva-voice. Answer all the questions. You may use
illustrations and diagrams to enhance the explanations. Please go through the
guidelines regarding assignments given in the Programme Guide for the
format of presentation.

1.

If X is a Poisson variate and p(X = 3) > p(X = 2) then find the


minimum value of mean.

(5 Marks)

2.

Ten individuals are chosen at random, from a normal population


and their weights (in kg) are found to be 63, 63, 66, 67, 68, 69,
70, 70, 71 and 71. In the light of this data set, test the claim that
the mean weight in population is 66 kg at 5% level of
significance.

(5 Marks)

3.

I bought two packets of apples, 25 in each packet. The mean and


standard deviation of weights of apples in the first packet are 235
and 3; and the mean and standard deviation for the second packet
are 237.5 and 4. Write down the mean and standard deviation
formulae for all the fifty apples and compute them.

(5 Marks)

4.

Does each of the following statements pertain to an estimate or an


estimator? If the statement pertains to an estimate is it an interval
estimate or point estimate? If the statement pertains to an
estimator write the estimator.

(9 Marks)

(i) The
computer Science textbook will sell about 9000 copies in
2012.
(ii) A census prefers the median to the mean as a measure of
central tendency for the income distribution of families in a
standard metropolitan city.
(iii) A stock market analyst, who appears on the television
programme, estimates that the price of a particular common
stock will be between 50 and 60 at the end of six months.
5.

A building has 11 flats. A sample of 4 flats is to be selected using


(i) linear systematic sampling and
(ii) circular systematic sampling.
List all possible samples for each of these cases separately.
3

(6 Marks)

6.

Find the area under the curve between 10 and 12 for a normal
process with mean 6 and standard deviation 4.

(5 Marks)

7.

There are 1000 pages in a book out of which 100 pages are
defective. What is the probability that out of first 50 pages 10
pages will be defective?

(5 Marks)

8.

The no. of defects in 20 pieces of cloth each of 100 meter length


is given below:

(5 Marks)

2, 1, 3, 3, 1, 6, 4, 3, 7, 10, 2, 2, 6, 4, 3, 2, 1, 5, 6, 4.
Draw the appropriate control chart and interpret the result.
9.

A random sample of 170 boys from 8502 boys in an area showed


that 21 had some nutritional deficiency. Estimate the proportion
of nutritionally deficient boys and the standard error of your
estimate. Give the confidence interval also.

(5 Marks)

10.

A die is tossed twice. Getting an odd number in at least a toss is


termed as a success. Find the probability distribution of number
of successes. Also find expected number of successes.

(5 Marks)

11.

Find the probability that at most 5 defective fuses will be found


in a box of 200, if experience shows that 20% of such fuses are
defective.

(5 Marks)

12.

A sample of 900 members has a mean 3.4 cm and standard


deviation 2.61 cm. Test whether the sample is from a large
population of mean 3.25 cm and standard deviation 2.61 cm. If
the population is normal and its mean is unknown, find the 95%
confidence interval for population mean.

(5 Marks)

13.

The mean yield for one acre plot is 662 kg with a s.d. 32 kg.
Assuming normal distribution, how many one acre plot in a batch
of 1000 plots would your expect to have yield between 600 and
750 kg.

(5 Marks)

14.

In 120 throws of a single dice, following distribution of faces was


observed.

(10 Marks)

FACES

F0

30

25

18

10

22

15 120

acceptable or not.

TOTAL