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MS-8

MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME

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**Term-End Examination June, 2010
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MS-8 : QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS FOR MANAGERIAL APPLICATIONS

Time : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100 (Weightage 70%)

Note : Section-A has six questions, each carrying 15 marks. Attempt any four questions from this section. Section-B is compulsory and carries 40 marks. Attempt both questions.

(iii) Statistical tables may be supplied on request.

SECTION-A

A car is purchased for Rs. 300,000. If the depreciation for the first three years is at 10% per annum and for the next two years is at 20% per annum, then calculate the depreciated value of the car at the end of five years.

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Units A, B, C of a factory manufacture 25%, 35%, 40% respectively of the total cars. Out of their output, 5%, 4%, 2% defective cars came from the units A, B, C respectively. Using Baye's Theorem or otherwise, find the probability that a randomly selected car found defective has come from the unit A.

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3.

Explain the term Random variable associated with an Experiment. Thereafter distinguish between discrete and continuous probability distributions also mentioning two discrete and two continuous distributions.

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1)). It is claimed that the breaking strength X can be increased by the introduction of a new technique in the manufacturing process. we are giving the result P (Z 5_1. Decile D5.95 where Z has the standard normal distribution N (0. MS-8 2 . 15 Write short notes on any three of the following topics : Primary and secondary data Arithmetic Mean and Median of data Sample space associated with an experiment Linear function 15 (e) Sampling with and without replacement explaining them. (For convenience. at a significance level of a = .=1800 lbs and a standard deviation of v = 100 lbs.05 given that the mean breaking strength for the sample is X = 1850 with the standard deviation remaining the same. Percentile P50 and interpret these values in lines 15 1— 3 for the grouped data showing profits of 100 companies in a year in the table given below : Profit in lakh Rupees Number of Companies + 20 20 — 30 10 30 — 40 15 40 — 50 15 50 — 60 40 60 — 70 The breaking strength X of cables in a factory has a normal distribution with a mean of p. mentioning their scope.4. Compute the Quartile Q3. Should we accept the claim on the basis of a sample of 50 cables manufactured under the new technique.645) = . drawing graphs and giving examples wherever possible.

MS-8 3 .SECTION-B Using the method of least squares.5. Solve the system of non-homogeneous linear equations : 20 x1 +x2 +2 x3 = 2 3 x1 — x2 + x3 = 6 x 1 + 3 x 2 +4 x 3 =4 by any one method out of cramar's rule. find the value of y corresponding to x = 2. Inverse Matrix method. Gauss-Jordan method. y 5 7 3 4 5 9 10 11 And from the regression equation obtained. 8. find the regression equation of y on x for the data 20 given in the Table below : x 1 2 7.

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