1. Do you invest your surplus money in saving Instrument?

YES NO

165 35

TOTAL 200

STEP-1

Ho: 80% are investing their surplus money in saving Instrument. Ha: 20% are not investing their surplus money in saving Instrument.

STEP-2 STEP-3

p = 0.8

q = (1-p) 1-0.8 = 0.2 = 0.05

P^ = 165/200 = 0.825

Z

= 1.64

STEP-4

ˆ p p pq n

.825  .80 (.80)(.20) 200

= 0.025/0.0008 Z cal = 0.028

STEP-5

STEP-6 IMPLICATIONS: so here we are fails to accept the null hypothesis so we can say that more than 80% people are investing their surplus money in saving Instrument.

72  . Are you aware of online Share trading? YES No TOTAL 72 28 100 STEP-1 Ho: 70% are aware of online Share trading.3.64 ˆ p p  pq n .7 = 0.72 Z STEP-4 = 1.0024 Z cal = -25 STEP-5 STEP-6 IMPLICATIONS: Hypothesis is accepted so less than 70% are aware of online Share trading. 70 )(.70 (. Ha: Less than 70 % are aware of online Share trading STEP-2 STEP-3 p = 0.05 P^ = 72/100 = 0.3 = 0.7 q = (1-p) 1-0. .06/0. 30 ) 100 = -0.

6  pq (.34 Z cal = -0.4 = 0.605  .0.6 = 0. in NSE STEP-2 STEP-3 p = 0. 40 ) n 200 = -0.6 q = (1-p) 1-0.so here Hypothesis is accepted so less than 60% would prefer to carry out their transactions in BSE.0.9 Which stock exchange would you prefer to carry out your transactions? BSE 121 NSE 79 STEP-1 Ho: 60% would prefer to carry out their transactions in BSE Ha: Less than 40 %would prefer to carry out their transactions.05 P^ = 121/200 = .605 Z = 1.64 STEP-4 ˆ p  p . 60 )(.25 STEP-5 STEP-6 IMPLICATIONS: . .005/0.Q.

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