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Unit – I

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Define probability.

What is sample space?

Define random variable.

State the baye’s theorem.

Bring out the properties of probability.

Define probability and importance of probability.

Define mutually exclusive events.

Distinguish between independent and dependent variable.

What is meant by probability distribution of discrete random variables?

Explain the binomial, Poisson and normal distribution.

What are the different types of variables used in statistics?

What is conditional probability?

The price of a selected stock over a five day period is shown as 170, 110, 130, 170 and 160. Compute the

mean, median and mode.

14. What is random experiment?

15. Given = 4.2, for a poisson distribution, find P(x≤2).

16. Thirty – two percent of the students in a management class are engineering graduate students. A random

sample of 5 students is selected. Using the binomial function, Determine the probability that the sample

contains exactly 2 engineering graduate students?

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What is sampling?

What are the merits of sampling?

What are the demerits of sampling?

What is sampling and non – sampling errors?

Difference between population and a sample.

What is the systematic and stratified sampling?

Define sampling distribution.

Distinguish between parameter and sample statistics.

Explain the methods of non random sampling.

What is interval estimation?

State the types of estimation.

Define point estimation

Distinguish between one tailed and two tailed test.

Explain Central limit theorem and its implications.

Explain how to calculate 95% confidence interval for the average of the population.

What do you mean by sampling distribution of the mean.

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Define hypothesis.

Define null hypothesis.

Define Alternate hypothesis.

Define hypothesis testing.

Define level of significance.

Explain Type I and type II error.

Explain hypothesis testing of one mean.

Explain hypothesis testing of two mean.

What are the various elements in hypothesis testing?

Explain the hypothesis testing of the difference between population proportions.

What are the characteristics of ANOVA?

What are the assumptions of ANOVA?

What is the application of ANOVA?

What do you mean by one way ANOVA?

What do you mean by two way ANOVA?

What is correlation? What are its uses? What is meant by rank correlation? what are method of calculating coefficient of correlation? What do you mean by regression lines? Define time series. 11. What are the limitations of time series. 3. 17. 19. What is a sign test? Give the application and limitation. 7. What are the advantages of non – parametric test? State the limitation of rank correlation test. Write a short note on Kruskal – Wallis H – test. 18. 24. 15. 4. Define non parametric test. What are the components of time series? What are regression coefficients? When is regression analysis used? Explain the scatter diagram. 9. Give two example for a hypothesis. 6. State the various type of non parametric tests. 13. 4. State the application of z – test and t – test. 22. 3. . What are the steps involve in analysis of variance of one way classification? What are the steps involve in analysis of variance of two way classification? What is the relationship between the significance level of a test and type I error? Explain SSbetween. b. What are the uses of trend analysis? What do you mean by forecasting? What do you mean by trend? State methods of forecasting. 15. SSwithin ans SSy and their relationship in ANOVA. Value of a single population mean based on large samples Unit – IV 1. Name four non parametric test used in a statistical study. 8. 9. 7. 5.16. 14. 21. 11. 8. 2. 16. Unit – V 1. What probability distribution is used in each of the following types of statistical tests? a. 13. 12. 12. and benefits in research. Differntiate between correlation and regression. Define the methods of least squares to measure trend. What are the conditions for the validity of chi – square test? Give the applications of Chi – Square test. 14. 17. You want to determine whether or not the mean of the population from which this sample was taken is significantly different from 48. What is irregular variation? 18. 10. Explain Wilcoxon’s Signed rank test Procedure. Distinguish between non parametric and parametric test. Distinguish between Z – test and t – test. 2. 20. 10. What are the assumptions about non parametric tests? Define chi square test. 23. 5. What are the uses of time series? Define trend analysis. 6. Comparing two population variances. What are the primary shortcomings of non parametric test? Define rank – correlation co-efficient. State the null and the alternative hypothesis in mathematical notation.

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