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For ungrouped data: , where is the mean given by

For grouped data: , where is the mean given by and

Example:

Calculate mean deviation about mean for the following data:

10 20

Class 0 10 30 40

20 30

Frequency 21 19 49 11

Solution:

Here, assumed mean (a) = 25 and class size (h) = 10

Mid-

Class Frequency (fi) point fidi

(xi)

0 10 21 5 2 42 15 315

10

19 15 1 19 5 95

20

20

49 25 0 0 5 245

30

30

11 35 1 11 15 165

40

Total 100 50 820

Here,

Now,

Mean,

Example:

Find the mean deviation about the median for the following data:

181, 29, 150, 270, 160, 16, 27, 180, 200

Solution:

Here, the number of observations is 9 and these can be arranged in ascending order as

16, 27, 29, 150, 160, 180, 181, 200, 270

Median, M = observation or 5th observation = 160

The mean of the squares of the deviations from mean is called the variance and it is denoted by s2.

Variance of Data:

For ungrouped data: (In direct method) or (In shortcut method), where is the

mean.

Standard deviation is the square root of variance and it is denoted bys. This means:

Example:

The mean and standard deviations of 50 observations were calculated as 30 and 4 respectively. Later, it was found that by mistake,

13 was taken instead of 18 for one observation during the calculation. Find the correct mean and the correct standard deviation.

Solution:

It is given that, number of observations (n) = 50

Incorrect mean,

Incorrect standard deviation (s) = 4

We know that

Correct sum of observations = 1500 13 + 18 = 1505

Correct mean =

Now, standard deviation,

Correct standard deviation

Variance of Data:

Variance of Data:

xi = class marks of the class intervals, = mean, , h = width of the class intervals, , where A is the assumed

mean.

Standard deviation is the square root of variance and it is denoted bys. This means:

Example:

Find the variance and standard deviation for the following data.

Class 10 20 20 30 30 40 40 50 50 60

Frequency 5 4 3 1 7

Solution:

Let assumed mean, A = 35

Here, h = 10, N = 20

We obtain the following table from the given data.

Mid-points

Class Frequency (fi)

(xi) yi 2 fiyi fiyi2

10

5 15 2 4 10 20

20

20

4 25 1 1 4 4

30

30

3 35 0 0 0 0

40

40

1 45 1 1 1 1

50

50

7 55 2 4 14 28

60

Total N = 20

The measure of variability, which is independent of units, is called the coefficient of variation. The coefficient of variation (C.V.) is

defined as

Where, and are standard deviation and mean of the data respectively.

For comparing the variability or dispersion of two series, we first calculate the C.Vs of each series. The series having higher C.V. is

said to be more variable than the other and the series having lower C.V. is said to be more consistent than the other.

For two series with equal mean values, the series with greater standard deviation (or variance) is more variable or dispersed than

the other. Also, the series with lower value of standard deviation (or variance) is said to be more consistent or less scattered than

the other.

Example:

Which series, I or II, is more consistent?

Series I Series II

Mean 3100 3100

Variance 121 169

Solution:

Standard deviation of series I, 1 =

Standard deviation of series II, 2 =

Since the mean of both the series is the same, the series with lower standard deviation will be more consistent.

Thus, series I will be more consistent.

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