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# Arithmatic Mean Example (1): The one-sided train fare of five selected BS students is recorded as follows , and .

Calculate arithmetic mean of the following data. , ,

Example (2): Given the following frequency distribution of first year students of a particular college. Age (Years) Number of Students Example (3): The following data shows distance covered by Distance (Km) Number of Persons

persons to perform their routine jobs.

EXAMPLE 3.2 The number of 911 emergency calls classified as domestic disturbance calls in a large metropolitan location were sampled for thirty randomly selected 24-hour periods with the following results. Find the mean number of calls per 24-hour period. 25 46 34 45 37 36 40 30 29 37 44 56 50 47 23 40 30 27 38 47 58 22 29 56 40 46 38 19 49 50 ANS: 38.9 EXAMPLE 3.3 The total number of 911 emergency calls classified as domestic disturbance calls last year in a large metropolitan location was 14,950. Find the mean number of such calls per 24-hour period if last year was not a leap year. ANS: 41.0

Weighted Mean Example: A student obtained 40.45 250. 1. Group Frequency 60 – 64 1 65 – 69 5 70 – 74 9 75 – 79 12 80 – 84 7 85 – 89 2 Example: The following frequency distribution is classified according to the number of leaves on different branches. 20. Physics. 13. 7.00 240.5 A bank auditor selects 11 checking accounts and records the amount in each of the accounts. and 45 marks in the subjects of Math.55 256. 50.00 275. Find Weighted Arithmetic Mean per subject. Statistics. 2.2 19 22 23 25 27 29 29 30 30 34 36 37 37 38 38 40 40 40 44 45 46 46 47 47 49 50 50 56 56 58 EXAMPLE 3.00 200.55 Find the Median .10 300. 12 Example: Calculate median from the following data.00 235. Median Example: Find the median of the values 4. 8. 4. 80. 11 Example: Find the median of the values 5. Assuming weights 5. Chemistry and Biology respectively. 3.25 175. No of Leaves No of Branches 1 2 2 11 3 15 4 20 5 25 6 18 7 10 EXAMPLE 3. 10.35 195. The 11 observations in increasing order are as follows: 150. Calculate the median number of leaves per branch.4 Find the median number of domestic disturbance calls per 24-hour period for the data in Example 3.50 290. 60. and 1 respectively for the above mentioned subjects. 16.

18 Data set 3: 12. 28 . 15. 7. 5. 15. 15. 20 Data set 2: 2. 18. 15. 15. 6. 2. 4. Weights (Kg) No of Students 60 – 64 5 65 – 69 9 70 – 74 16 75 – 79 12 80 – 84 8 Example: Find the mode of the values 5. Find the mode of the distribution. 26. 12. 7 Find the mode for the data given 25 46 34 45 37 36 40 30 29 37 44 56 50 47 23 40 30 27 38 47 58 22 29 56 40 46 38 19 49 50 EXAMPLE 3. 24. 10. and mode for the following three data sets Data set 1: 10. 8.7 Find the mean. 7. 9. median. 15.Mode Example: The weights of 50 college students are given in the following table.

Find the mean.3 27. median.5 22. Which measure is most representative for the selling price of such homes? Table 3.0 12.5. Table 3. Ans.5 150.5 14.5 22.0 125.0 10. median and mode.0 122.2 3. . and x = 15.3 Age Frequency 5–14 750 15–24 2005 25–34 1950 35–44 195 45–54 100 Find the mean.0 130.5 gives the annual returns for 30 randomly selected mutual funds.0 –5.5 14. Mode= 10.5 10.0 111.5 4.median and mode.0 17.5 113.7 35.17.Median and mode for the annual returns in Table 3.5 12.3 gives the frequency distribution of the ages of 5000 shoplifters in a recent psychological study of these individuals.7 gives the selling prices in tens of thousands of dollars for 20 homes sold during the past month.0 340.5 40. For the data in Table 3.5 100.5 –2.0 50.5 12.0 14.0 17.5 90.0 525.5 79.0 175. Σx = 455. Table 3.5 10.5 7.5 75.20.5 14. Qs: Table 3.5 38.Miscelleneous Questions Qs: Table 3.5 89.5 14.5.0 70.0 20.5 Find the mean.0 475.5 Qs: Table 3. and mode.0 5.0 12.5 10.0 100. n = 30.5 100.5 19.0 Find the mean .7 60.5 20.