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STATISTICS FORMULAS

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APPOLO STUDY CENTRE

STATISTICS FORMULAS

Mean Median can be found using following

methods

Arithmetic mean or mean 1. Quartiles

x1 + x2 + x 3 + ... + xn The quartiles divides the distribution in four

x= equal parts.

n

First Quartile Q1 =

1 n n+1

= xi

n i =1 4

th item

n+1

Third Quartile Q3 = 3 th item

Short cut method 4

x = A+

d 2. Deciles

n The quartiles divides the distribution in ten equal

where A = the assumed mean or any value in x parts. These are 9 deciles D1, D2, D9

D = the deviation of each value from the

assumed mean 3. Percentiles

The quartiles divides the distribution in hundred

Weighted Arithmetic mean equal parts, each containing 1 percent of the

w x i i cases.

w i

4. Ogives

In More than ogive x increases then y decreases

Harmonic mean

n In Less than ogive x increases then y increases

n

1

i =1 Xi

Mode

The mode refers to that value in a distribution,

which occur most frequently.

Geometric Mean e.g., 2, 7, 10, 15, 10, 17, 8, 10, 2

log X Mode = 10

Anti log

n

Continuous Distribution

f1 f0

Combined Mean l+ c

2 f1 f0 f2

n x + n2 x 2

X= 1 1

n1 + n2 Empirical Relationship Between

Averages

Median In a symmetrical distribution the three simple

median is the middle value averages mean = median = mode. For a

Median =

n+1 moderately asymmetrical distribution, the

th item relationship between them are brought by

2

Prof.Karl Pearson as

Continuous Series (Median) Mode = 3 Median 2 Mean

N

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l+ 2 c

f

Skewness Secondary data

Skewness means lack of symmetry.

Measures of Skewness Data which have been already collected and

i. Karl-Pearsons Coefficient of analysed by some earlier agency for its own use

skewness later the same data are used by a different agency.

Mean Mode

S.D 1. Published source

ii. Bowleys Coefficient of Skewness 2. Unpublished.

Q 3 + Q1 2 Median

Q3 Q1 Standard deviation

= d 2

d=x- x

iii. Measures of skewness based on n

Moments Variance = 2

2

1 = 33

2 Coefficient of Variation (C.V)

100

Range and Coefficient of Range X

Range = L S

L S Combine standard deviation

Coefficient of Range =

L+S N 1 X1 + N 2 X 2

Quartiles deviation (Q.D.)and X 12 =

N1 + N2

Coefficient of Quartile deviation

N 1 12 + N 2 22 + N 1 d12 + N 2 d22

Q3 Q1 12 =

Quartiles deviation = N1 + N2

2

Coefficient of Quartile deviation d1 = X 12 X 1

where

Q3 Q1 d2 = X 12 X 2

Q3 + Q1

Kurtosis

Mean deviation and Coefficient of It is used to describe the peakedness of a curve

Mean deviation 4

Measure of Kurtosis 2 =

Mean deviation =

D 22

n Normal curve which is a symmetrical, bell shaped.

Coefficient = Lorenz Curve

Mean deviation It is used to study variability in the distribution of

Mean or Median or Mode profits, wages, revenue etc.,

Primary Data The curve start from are the origin (0,0) and ends

Which is collected by investigator at (100, 100)

himself for the purpose of a specific inquiry.

(such data is original) Mutually exclusive events:

1. Direct personal Interview P( A B) = P( A) + P( B)

2. Indirect oral interview

3. Information from respondents Not Mutually exclusive events:

4. Mailed questionnaire method P( A B) = P( A) + P( B) P( A B)

5. Schedule sent through enumerators

STATISTICS

Data Direct Actual Assumed mean Step deviation

Method mean method method

method

Ungrouped x 2 x

2

d 2 d 2 d

2

d 2 d

2

c

n n n n n n n

d =xx d=x-A xA

d=

c

Grouped fd 2 fd 2 fd

2

fd 2 fd

2

c

f f f f f

Note:

For a collection of n items (numbers), we always have

( x x ) = 0, x = nx and x = nx

Example:1

Prove that the standard deviation of the first n natural numbers is

n 2 1

=

12

Solution:

The first n natural numbers are 1, 2, 3, ., n.

x 1 + 2 + 3 + .... + n

x= =

n n

Their mean,

n ( n + 1) n + 1

= =

2n 2

Sum of the squares of the first n natural numbers is

n ( n + 1)( 2n + 1)

x 2 =

6

2

x 2 x

Thus, the Standard deviation =

n n

2

n ( n + 1)( 2n + 1) n + 1

=

6n 2

=

( n + 1)( 2n + 1) n + 1 2

6 2

n + 1 ( 2n + 1) ( n + 1)

=

2 3 2

n + 1 2 ( 2n + 1) 3 ( n + 1)

=

2 6

n + 1 4n + 2 3n 3

=

2 6

n + 1 n 1

=

2 6

n 2 1

=

12

n 2 1

Hence, the S.D. of the first n natural numbers is =

12

Remarks:

It is quite interesting to note the following:

The S.D. of any n successive terms of an A.P. with common

n 2 1

difference d is, = d Thus,

12

n 2 1

S.D. i, i+1, i+2, .., i+n is = , i

12

S.D. of any n consecutive even integers, is given by

2

n 1

=2 , n

12

n 2 1

S.D. of any n consecutive odd integers, is given by = 2 , n

12

The mean for grouped data

fd

The direct method: x =

f

fd

The assumed mean method : x = A+

f

fd

The step deviation method: x = A + C

f

The cumulative frequency of a class is the frequency obtained by

adding the frequencies of all up to the classes preceding the given

class. The median for grouped date can be found by using the

formula

N

m

Median = l + 2 C

f

The mode for the grouped data can be found by using the

formula

f f1

Mode = l + C

2 f f1 f 2

PROBABILITY

Results

If A, B and C are any 3 events associated with a sample space S,

then

P(A B C)=P(A) + P(B) + P(C) P(A B) + P(B C)+ P(A

C)+ P(A B C)

If A1 , A 2 and A 3 are three mutually exclusive events, then

P( A1 A2 A3 ) = P ( A1 ) + P ( A2 ) + P ( A3 )

If A1 , A2 , A3 ,......., An are mutually exclusive events, then

P( A1 A2 A3 ........ An ) = P ( A1 ) + P ( A2 ) + P ( A3 ) + ....... + P ( An )

P ( A B ) = P ( A) + P ( A B )

P( A B)= P (B)+ P( A B)

Where A B mean only A and not B;

Similarly A B means only B and not A.

by P(E), is given by

Number of trials which the even happened

P( E ) =

Total number of trials

Number of favourable observations m

(or ) P( E ) = (or) P( E ) =

Total number of observations n

0 P( E ) 1

P( E ' ) =1 P( E ) , where E ' is the complementary event of E.

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Data Direct Method Actual mean

method method

method

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2

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2

d 2 d

2

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2

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2

c

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n 2 1

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12

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n ( n + 1)( 2n + 1)

x 2 = .

6

2

x 2 x

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n n

2

n ( n + 1)( 2n + 1) n + 1

=

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=

( n + 1)( 2n + 1) n + 1 2

6 2

n + 1 ( 2n + 1) ( n + 1)

=

2 3 2

n + 1 2 ( 2n + 1) 3 ( n + 1)

=

2 6

n + 1 4n + 2 3n 3

=

2 6

n + 1 n 1

=

2 6

n 2 1

=

12

n 2 1

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12

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n 2 1

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i, i+1, i+2, ., i+n -d;

d; jpl;l tpyf;fk; = , i

12

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KOf;fspd; jpl;ltpyf;fk;

2

n 1

=2 , n

12

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n 2 1

=2 , n

12

fd

Neh;topKiw x =

f

fd

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f

fd

gbtpyfy; topKiw x = A + C

f

xU gphptpd; FtpT epfo;ntz;> me;j gphptpd; epfo;ntz;NzhL>

mjw;F Ke;ija gphpTfspd; epfo;ntz;fisf; $l;Ltjhy;

fpilf;fg; ngWtJ.

tifg;gLj;jg;gl;l Gs;sp tptuj;jpd; ,ilepiy msT fhZk;

N

m

#j;jpuk; ,ilepiy msT = l + 2 C

f

tifg;gLj;jg;gl;l Gs;sp tptuj;jpd; KfL fhZk; #j;jpuk; KfL

f f1

=l + C

2 f f1 f 2

epfo;j;jfT

epfo;r;rpfs; vdpy;> P(A B C)=P(A) + P(B) + P(C) P(A B) +

P(B C)+ P(A C)+ P(A B C)

A1 , A 2 kw; Wk; A 3 Mfpad xd;iwnahd;W tpyf;Fk; epfo;r;rpfs;

vdpy;> P( A1 A2 A3 ) = P ( A1 ) + P ( A2 ) + P ( A3 ) .

A1 , A2 , A3 ,......., An vd;gd xd;iwnahd;W tpyf;Fk; epfo;r;rpfs; vdpy;>

P( A1 A2 A3 ........ An ) = P ( A1 ) + P ( A2 ) + P ( A3 ) + ....... + P ( An )

P ( A B ) = P ( A) + P ( A B )

P( A B)= P (B)+ P( A B)

,q;F> A B vd;gJ A-Tk; B-,y;yhkYk; vdg; nghUs;gLk;> ,Nj

Nghy;> A B vd;gJ B-Ak; A ,y;yhkYk; vdg; nghUs;gLk;.

epfo; T Vw; gl; l Kaw; rpfspd; vz; zpf; if

P(E) =

Kaw; rpfspd; nkhj; j vz; zpf; if

(my;yJ)

P(E) =

fz; lwpe; j nkhj; j epfo; r; rpfspd; vz; zpf; if

(my;yJ)

m

P( E ) =

n

0 P( E ) 1

P( E ' ) =1 P( E ) ,q;F E ' vd;gJ E-d; epug;gp epfo;r;rp MFk;.

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