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STATISTICS
PAPER· I
SECTION A
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I. An<wcr nnyfour:
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(a) Clloose
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Probabilily of gotting at IC<Js! one Gin rolling lhreo dice iS ---l
(ii) J'robnbilily of a rnndoonJy s.:l.cled leap yeat• 53 Sundays ill __ _

(iii) has \he some meon nnd vnrinnce, [Normal. BinomioL Poi.,on
distribtttion I
(iv) i\ludion ill ntt pliud 10 leNL whctltct LWO
tendo-ncie!;. [eorrelated. independcnL paire<l)
____ groups differ tn central
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( t j Axiomatic aprmlnc.h (A) Median 11!01
(2) l..e:ast method ( B ) Probability theory
(3) Nou·p;ttantclxic
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Estimate.
l•l) Consistent (D) Nom1al equations
Supply the missiug wot-d(s):
(i) lin t moment about mean i.s ____ _
(ii) Mnthc:matie"l expectation i• llte . um of of \ 'al'iale l'lllucs with
corre• JXmdin.,.g __ _
(iii) le.<tos applied tO tc;;t g<><ldnCl!ii ol'tit.
(iv ) Mo.ximum llkelihood if suJl'icient co;t imJlOl'S exiRl
(d) (i) Stale two importllnl Jl i'Ojler1 of maxirttmn likelihood estimntors.
(ii) formula of r} for testing goOdtt<!!<S t>ffiL
(iii) Ci ive two exnmples nf distribution,
(iv) St•le tlla •ddition lhoorom or pt'obability.
(e) (i) G·ive value.< of Ute mean and l.be S'iandatd d;:viatioo of standard normal
dis tribution.
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(ii ) yqu h:tVe a • value l)f prob• bility? Justify yl)ur
(iii) ln I<!!< ling <Ill' it computed value or ')(, is great01· than lhe oorrcspondlng lllble
V;Jhoe. Jntuo:pt\:.1 lite rcsulL
(iv) What nn: no1111nl equttllon' in the method ol'
Give Ute diJfc-r10111 or prl>bability. Mcntioull1e lintilntions :md udvontngcs uf cncb.
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(b) ' Mutually .:>Kdush•.: w1d iodepond<ltl <Ire not El:lburo1a witl•
",\":!ntpl<:s.
(•) Probability ora boy passing a p:u1i"ular examiuation that ul' a girlts Wbut I;; the
prub.tbility that une p llS!'CS tJt•
(d) l\tnlo nttd cxpl:tin
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note on '"''IU'al limit the() rem,
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(d) Show by :m example lhm an e!llintnte may ba buJ 1101 consislttlL
( :0) D<line unbiasedoass of:m estimnll)l'. Ob1aio unbiased estimate ur r:r front N a:) if I' is
Jc;nnwn
fhl some siwmiuns wh<<' PoisSon dislribution i• "''P<C!<d. Whm ar< tha impot1an1
of " Poi."on distrihuunn? Is the • • "the nt<an and lh< smndard
deviotitm or a PniAAOn distribution nrC" 5 nnd J corroct?
\I!) • An IS" suJ1id"ul • if tho! pmbnbility d<OSII)" function Call facturiscd uno
two purts- onc o1tly on stntistlc uod the pammetcr ruul the oth\!l' mdcpcudcnt
of the p:tnUucler'. Discuss.
(d) Write of Cmmer·Rao mectunlhy ood IITite regulru:il)· conditiotlS of Cr.amer-Ruo
inequality.
SEC'riON B
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(n) Fillttp the blanks:
(i) ln sunple randotu sampling wi1h replacem•m tlt• twlmlb"r or possible s:unples of •
3 l'mru:. p<lpulation of.•iu 10 is _____ _
(ii) V,..,..,         nnd       oc,'llrin 1he order ____ _
(iii) 1l1e smodnrd of meM in simple random samplmg \\ithoul replaocm.!m 1S giv.:n
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(ivl ·nto limik, of partial correlation
(b) Compl_.e tlte P.,'{OV A
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(d) M:ttch X withY:
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Ermr (h)
Control
J>roportionol 3lJO<:lltJou
Cumubtivc tolnl method
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(A) Slrnlllicd
.(B) Split-plot d.::slgn
(C) PPS S:Uilt>ling
(0) Confuunding
(.:) Clioose lfte eorr..ct one:
(ii)
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l.n one unit is selected "I rnndoru. and the othe-r unillli :ara automaticaHv
determined ls1mple random s:unpling, PPS sam pi in g) ·
1 n - number nf o"Cptico6nus for e3ch n-e•tmout should be: some. ICRD. LSD. RBDl
' Ote __ interaction is genemlly conlounded. flnghc:<t ordor. lowest order, 1n.1in

--,---=-- of a p.1rtiol cllfT(;lation oveftict.cnt '" gh en by the number of
11 hose etTocl• are ignored. I Rate. Order. Po" erl
(i. (o) Show that the JlrObabili!) of selection of • .speoilied unit ot the rlrst dnow or ony
draw m random samrling rem.• ins tbe same.
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j b) ·systemoGc may be consodered as a particu lor oase <rl' chljter. .. mpling '.
(c:) Why n:gru.>itm "']Uailon. oru called prc:dO,tion «JU.t6ml> 1 Now do"" the <l<:<."'llr.1>!Y of
pncdic!loo d'<l'end on correction coafficicnl'l
(d) What is null JJ)'llDihesis of medinn test'/ How iL is apJllled In pt>ctlce'l
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\\'h•t multiple regreo<sinn7 rvtenlilulthc >nd of multiple
Shllw that th" Jlroducl of the l\111 rt:grt\!sion CQ<::rJic,ionL' is equal to the square uJ' U1e
co•rolati.,n cuc1liei<.11t.
(c) lln<ler what <ltuatioM split-plot 3 •JlJll'Optiatc? l:kscribe the layout procedure of snlit-
pl<•t design.
(d) Folio\\ ing 19 tho layout of a replication of to 2' •   • confounding, ••1me effect:
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Detw tthe confounded e:J'fa:t
8, (:o) SIJ>te.lh.: merils and d.:ut•o•its ol' cutnpl.,tely rnndotW>ed design and tandutuiJ\c:d block do:.sigrc
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(b) \Vltat is l.Dtin squore de•ign ? Wby tl1iS design is not Vet') COihll10nly ndoptc:d in fie.ld
experiments '/ Mention the   • of the design. i( any.
(c) Sirople.:orrclation coefficients >tc given a.< follows:
r1z= 0.53. r1, = 11.45. ru= 0.80
Computer fJ:!J llOd Rt.:n·
I d) Wha t is of variance·! Describe the assumptions of analysis of variance.
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STATISTICS
PAPER·It
SECTION A
(JJHiustrial SlatistiCJ< und Optimis.Cion Tccbniqu.s)
I. Aliempt any four:
(a) Wlml i£ J s l• lisliClll process conu•oYI
{b) Wl••• nre tl1o concepts of relinbility?
(e) Exploin
(d) Explnin diffcrentl)'Jl'=• of costs involved in inVentory control.
(co) Wlml is transition pmbablllty llllltrix?
2. Wbnl nre the of vati•tioo in Qtlll.lity Control?
(b) EXJ>I:oin control charts ror :111ribuh:s.
(c) Explain s inglu ampling plan and determine parameters.
3. (a) Explain tl1c role of Wcibull distribution in reliability theory,
(b) Explain cemored nnd truncuted   for exponential onQdels.
(c) uptim isMion thc:<l f)' l!iving s uitable example.
4. (a) F.."JJIrt in !he two-person zero--surngamd by givine an illustrnlion.
(b) Obtrun the .Economic Order Quantity in case of deterministic model
cc) Explain and GIM! l in queues.
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SECTIONB
(QuiDiitJ.Un> &on om ics and Offici :a! 5tlatlstia<)
s. Attempt any tour:
C•) Eli:Jll•in dilll:rentoompont:nlll ofTimc Seril:l<.
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(b) Wh}' is Fisher' s formulo for Index nwnbc:lll considered us >II ' idetll" one1
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(c) E:.pluio ![<1lcraUsed leustsquure method of eKtimation.
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(d)     the noed for demogropltiednta.
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&_ (n) Wbnli> • problem oflndol( Nwnbo!r& 7 E:'!ploin th• ohuic.: uf • bose your of lndc_x NIUilllcrs.
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(b) Whnlis 'nnu:; Revcr.ol Te>t oflnd.:.x Numb«s?
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(e) Write sh01t noll.-s on (i) Co. t of Living Jnd<!l<: Number 011d (ii)Indu.o;tri:ol PrOduction.
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7. (n) Wlutis multic.otllitcoarity ? Espi:Jin giving 011 illustration.
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(b) \\·rite about lwo-slllg.: lonst •qu.nrus n1cthod of .. lituntion.
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(c) Dc\$cnne vMiOu.s method" of collection of offidnl•lntjstics in India.
8. (•) ( i) Crude Rotc. (ii) Infant Morllllit) Rnld, 11t1d (iii) Sll!ltdtlrdiJ;cd DeAib Rl!te.
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(b) Doscribc usos o[lif,. t.blcs.
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(c) WIIJit is psyoliOlllctry? llow is C1ator rumly&is useful in l'•ychomttry7
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