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DABM – Sec A

Exercise 1
The operating costs of the vehicle used by your company’s sales people are too high. The major
component of operating expense is fuel cost; to analyze fuel costs, you collect mileage data from the
company’s two wheelers for the previous month. Use Excel sheet for calculation.
MPL 27 29 33 21 21 12 16 25 8 17 24 34 38 15 19 19 41
• Summary statistics.
• Histogram analysis.
• Rank and Percentile analysis tool.
Exercise 2
Calculate the frequency distributions and measures of central tendency from following table.
Label for Gender – 1 (Male), 2(Female)
Height
in cms 140 146 156 149 154 156 151 148 158 150 151 159 153 148 155 146 150 152 149 156
Weight
in kg

56 45 68 51 54 53 69 51 70 49 45 68 50 55 61 53 65 64 47 59

Graphically represent the variables in the form of Histogram Chart.
Exercise 3
Twenty students have taken their common entrance test after their graduation. The selection
committee wants to see the relationship between the scores of CET and the percentage achieved in
graduation through correlation analysis.
Frame a hypothesis and show the type of relationship (positive or negative relationship) between
the variables.
CET Scores

70 60 65 68 70 75 87 89 90 96 97 65 80 86 77

% in UG degree

71 82 73 64 75 69 75 88 90 90 88 82 73 74 65

Exercise 4

4 (30-40). 3(Widow).Post Graduate degree Working Experience (Years): 1(<1year) 2(1-5years) 5(>20years) 3(5-10years) 4(10-20years) Enter your own data set (minimum 25 data set) in the data view of SPSS then calculate the Frequency distribution. 3 (30. Age of Employees 24 34 27 26 30 34 45 43 48 51 46 30 38 42 32 Exam scores 70 60 65 68 70 75 87 89 90 96 97 65 80 86 77 Exercise 5 Calculate the frequency distribution. 4(30-40). 3 (25-30).Graduate in Arts and Science degree.000). 5(>40) Gender: 1(Male). 5 (>40).Higher school. 2(Female) Education: 1. Graphically represent the variables in the form of Pie Chart and also find the Cross Tabulation for Nature of Job and Income Level. 2 (20. 4(Divorce) Nature of Job : 1 – Skilled .Twenty employees of different age group have taken their Exams for getting promotions in their designation in the office. 2 (20-25). Graphically represent the variables in the form of BAR chart. Frame a hypothesis and show the type of relationship (positive or negative relationship) between the variables using correlation.000).000 – 50. 3. 5 (>50. Create a data file with the following variables. 000).000 – 40. 2 – Unskilled. Enter your own data set (minimum 25 data set) in the data view of SPSS then Calculate the frequency distribution. 2(Married). The appraisal committee also wants to calculate the Unit increase in the Exam score when there is increase in age by applying regression. It also wants to predict the exam score of an employee with the age of 21. Label for the variables Age: 1 (< 20).000-30. Exercise 6 Calculate the frequency distribution. 3 – Semi Skilled Income Level: 1 (< 10. 4.Graduate in Professional degree. . Label for the variables Age: 1(<20). 2. The appraisal committee wants to see the relationship between the scores of Exam and the age through correlation analysis.000). Marital Status: 1 (Single).000). 4 (40. 2(20-25). Create a data file with the following variables. 3(25-30).

He also wants to calculate the how much Exam percentage will increase when the preparatory time is increased by 1 hour. Preparat ory hours of the students Exam percent age 4 3 7 6 3 4 5 4 8 5 6 3 8 4 3 7 0 6 0 6 5 6 8 7 0 7 5 8 7 8 9 9 0 9 6 9 7 6 5 8 0 8 6 7 7 .Exercise 7 A survey was taken among 25 students.”Exam percentage of the Student”. Apply regression to calculate the Unit increase. The Researcher was to see the direction of correlation between the preparatory hours and exam percentage through correlation analysis. the data collected was “preparatory hour of the student.