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ASSIGNMENTS
PROGRAM: SEMESTER-I
Subject Name : Study COUNTRY : Permanent Enrollment Number (PEN) : Roll Number : Student Name : INSTRUCTIONS a) Students are required to submit all three assignment sets. ASSIGNMENT Assignment A Assignment B Assignment C b) c) d) e) DETAILS Five Subjective Questions Three Subjective Questions + Case Study 45 Objective Questions MARKS 10 10 10

Total weightage given to these assignments is 30%. OR 30 Marks All assignments are to be completed as typed in word/pdf. All questions are required to be attempted. All the three assignments are to be completed by due dates (specified from time to time) and need to be submitted for evaluation by Amity University. f) The evaluated assignment marks will be made available within six weeks. Thereafter, these will be destroyed at the end of each semester. g) The students have to attached a scan signature in the form. Signature : _________________________________ Date : _________________________________ ( √ ) Tick mark in front of the assignments submitted Assignment ‘A’ Assignment ‘B’ Assignment ‘C’

Basic Mathematics

Assignment – A
Ques 1. “Quantitative tools & techniques are basically important for improving the quality of managerial decisions”. Examine the statement & discuss the role of quantitative techniques in planning & control of business activity. Ques 2. A Pathology lab provides the following details of blood test carried out on 100 patients for diabetes: BLOOD SUGAR LEVEL

90-100 16 100-110 20 110-120 22 120-130 25 130-140 10 140-150 4 150-160 3 Calculate : a) Mean b) Median c) Standard deviation d) Coefficient of variation Ques3. Two housewives Samantha and Jane asked to express their preference for different kinds of detergents, gave the following replies: DETERGENT SAMANTHA A 4 B 2 C 1 D 3 E 7 F 8 G 6 H 5 I 9 J 10 JANE 4 1 2 3 8 7 5 6 9 10

To what extent the preference of these two ladies go together? Ques 4. In a survey concerning the smoking habits of consumers, it was found that 55% smoke cigarette A, 50% smoke B, 42% smoke C, 28% smoke A & B, 20% smoke A & C, 12% smoke B & C, 10% smoke all three cigarettes a) What percentage do not smoke? b) What percentage smoke exactly two brands of cigarette? Ques 5. “Diagrams do not add anything to the meaning of statistics but when drawn and studied intelligently they bring to view the salient characteristics of graph”. Explain

Assignment – B
Ques 1. i) Discuss the distinctive features of the Binomial, Poisson and Normal Distribution. When does a binomial distribution tend to become a normal distribution? ii) A box contains 10 white, 7 black and 3 green balls. 2 balls are drawn at random. Find out the probability that: a) both are white b) one is white and another is green c) one is black and another is green Ques 2. You have conducted a market survey with a sample size 50 regarding the acceptability of a new product which your company wans to launch. The scores of the respondents on the appropriate scale are as follows: 40 26 39 27 32 45 9 35 32 28 41 23 18 28 40 45 24 25 27 41 45 26 35 25 43 30 29 40 26 44 39 8 42 38 45 8 40 43 37 40 48 41 44 36 39 25 42 36 35 41

a) Prepare a frequency table. b) Form a histogram, frequency polygon and frequency curve of the frequency distribution Ques 3. Find Karl Pearson’s coefficient of correlation from the following index numbers and interpret it: WAGES COST OF LIVING 100 98 101 99 103 99 102 97 104 95 99 2 97 95 98 94 96 90 96 91

CASE STUDY Ques: There are 2 firms A & B belonging to the same industry .Firm A employs 550 workers and Firm B employs 650 workers. Number of wage earners Average daily workers Variance of the distribution of wages Firm A 550 100 90 Firm B 650 95 120

a) Which firm A & B pays out large amount as daily wages? b) In which firm A & B is there greater variability in individual wages? c) What are the measures of (i) average daily wages and (ii) standard deviation in the distribution of individual wages of all workers in the two firms taken together?

Assignment – C
1. Which i) ii) iii) of the following statements are true? {a, b, c } = {c, b, a } Every subset of an infinite set is infinite The set { 1, 2, 3, 4 } has in all 32 subsets

2. Most of the business decisions can be made on the basic of i) Rule of thumb ii) Commonsense iii) Snap judgment. iv) Quantitative Techniques 3. Which of the following is not an equal set? i) A = {4, 3, 2, 1 } B= {1, 3, 2, 4 } ii) A ={ 2, 3 } , B = { 3, 2 }, C = { x:x2 – 5x – 6 =0 } iii) A = { 4, 5 ) B = { 5, 4 } iv) A = { 6, 7, 8 } B= { Six, seven, eight } 4. A = { x: x = 5n + 2, n € N } B = { x: x = 5n - 3, n € N } Find which of the following statement is correct & why? i) A B ii) B A iii) A=B iv) None of these 5. Find out which of the following sets are null , Singleton? i) A = { x : x2 = 11, x is an even integer} ii) B = { 0} iii) C = { x : x+ 6 = 6} iv) D = {x : x2 = 7, 3x = 5 } 6. Which of the following sets are different? i) Ø ii) {0} iii) {Ø} 7. Class frequency is:

i) Number of observations corresponding to particular class. ii)The span of a class i.e the difference between upper limit and lower limit iii)Lower & highest values that can be included in a class iv) Value lying halfway between lower and upper class limits 8. Histogram is also called i) Bar chart ii) Column design iii) Pie diagram iv) Ogives 9. Which one is not the way of presenting frequency distribution graphically: i) Histogram ii) Frequency polygon iii) Smoothed frequency curve iv) Range chart 10. Class Interval is: i) Number of observations corresponding to particular class. ii) The span of a class i.e the difference between upper limit and lower limit iii) Lower & highest values that can be included in a class iv) Value lying halfway between lower and upper class limit 11. Class limit i) Number of observations corresponding to particular class. ii) The span of a class i.e the difference between upper limit and lower limit iii) Lower & highest values that can be included in a class iv)Value lying halfway between lower and upper class limit 12. If the intersection of two sets A and B is empty, the two sets are said to be i) Universal set ii) Disjoint set iii) Finite set iv) Infinite set 13. If first and third quartiles are 20 and 40 respectively, then the median will be i)) 20 ii) 30 iii) 40 iv) 10 14. If the daily wages of men and women are Rs. 100 & Rs. 90, the average wage per worker would be Rs. i) 80 ii) 90

iii) 100 iv) 70 15. The mode of a distribution will be less than the arithmetic mean. i) Yes ii) No 16. Which is the best measure of central tendency? i) Mean ii) Mode iii) Median iv) Standard Deviation 17.The increase in the price of commodity X is 20%.then the price decreased 25% and again increased 15%. The resultant increase in the price is i) 10% ii) 20% iii) 30% iv) 25% 18. According to the Identity Laws,which one is correct i) A U Ø = Ac ii) A U Ø = U iii) A U Ø = Ø iv) A U Ø = A 19. Which of the following are propositions? Give the truth value of the propositions i) 4-1=3 ii) Toronto is in Canada iii) what are you doing? iv) what is the sum of two odd numbers 20. For two statements P and Q, implication implies i) if not P then not Q ii) if Q then P iii) if not Q then not P iv) if P then Q 21.A semigroup with an identity element, is called i) Cyclic group ii)Monoid iii)Group iv)Groupoid 22. De Morgan's Laws state that (p ^ q) is logically equivalent to pV q

i) ii) iii) iv)

True False Not always true Depends on the variable value

23. Histograms can be constructed for i) Discrete data ii) Continuous data iii) Both iv) None 24. At Sanjay Middle School, 3 out of 5 students make honor roll. What is the probability that a student does not make honor roll? i) 65% ii) 40% iii) 60% iv) None of the above 25. In a class of 30 students, there are 17 girls and 13 boys. Five are A students, and three of these students are girls. If a student is chosen at random, what is the probability of choosing a girl or an A student? i) 19/30 ii) 11/50 iii) 12/30 iv) 15/40 26. In a shipment of 100 laptops, 6 are defective. If a person buys two laptops from that shipment, what is the probability that they are defective? i) 3/100 ii) 1/330 iii) 9/2500 iv) 6/100 27.The range of the correlation coefficient is? i) -1 to 0. ii) 0 to 1. iii) -1 to 1. iv)None of the above. 28. By the Rank method the value of R is -0.73 it suggests a i) fairly strong negative relationship ii) fairly strong positive relationship iii) Perfect negative iv) Perfect positive 29. Quantitative analysis is also called

i) Operations research ii) Management science iii) Quantitative techniques iv) All the above 30. Quantitative research provides the fundamental connection between i) empirical observation and mathematical expression ii) empirical observation and qualitative expression iii) empirical observation and social expression iv) empirical observation and all expression 31. In Normal Distribution 95% of the observations fall within 2 standard deviations of the mean, that is, between i) μ - σ and μ +σ ii) μ - 2σ and μ +2σ iii) μ - 3σ and μ +3σ iv) Not defined 32. if it rains, a raincoat dealer can earn Rs. 5000 per day. If it is fair, he can lose Rs.1000 per day. What is his expectation if the probability of rain is 0.4? i) 1400 ii) 1500 iii) 300 iv)1450 33. Find the correlation coefficient r(X, Y) between X and Y,when Cov(X,Y) = -2.45, Var (X) = 8.25 and Var (Y) = 21.49 i) 0.18 ii) – 0.18 iii) 0.36 iv) – 0.36 34. A coin is tossed 5 times. What is the probability of getting atleast 3 heads? i) 1/2 ii) 1/3 . iii) 1/4 iv) 1/5 35. Normal Distribution is symmetrical about its i) Harmonic mean ii) Mean iii) Range iv) Standard deviation

36. In Normal Distribution 95% of the observations fall within 2 standard deviations of the mean, that is, between i) μ - σ and μ +σ ii) μ - 2σ and μ +2σ iii) μ - 3σ and μ +3σ iv) Not defined 37. Condition for the Applicability of Binomial Distribution: i)There should be a finite number of trials. ii) The trials do not depend on each other. iii) Each trial should have only two possible outcomes, either a success or a failure. iv) All of the above 38. The given data shows the number of burgers sold at a bakery in the last 14 weeks. 17, 13, 18, 17, 13, 16, 18, 19, 17, 13, 16, 18, 20, 19 Find the median number of burgers sold. i) 18.5 ii) 17 iii) 18 iv)17.5 39. Which one is not the Measures of Dispersion i)Range ii)Mean deviation iii)Histogram iv)Standard deviation 40. Calculate Range from following data 30 45 60 95 i) 45, 60 ii) 30, 95 iii) 30, 45 iv) 60, 95

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