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Subjective part
Three horses A, B, C are in a race; A is twice as likely to win as B, and B is
twice likely to win as C then find the probability that B or C wins 3 marks
In a school, 50% students study science subjects and 30% of them
study biology. What is the probability that the student studies
Biology?
The ages of 5 students in a population are 12, 16, 10, 14 and 13.
Considering all possible samples of size two which can be drawn with
replacement from this population, find (marks 5)
a) The mean age.
b) The standard deviation of the students
What will be y-intercept ‘b’ in the regression line Y=aX+b if Y = 9, X = 3
and a = 2 ?(dear question yahe tha per valve change thin. Marks 2
Solution:
9 = (2 x 3) + b
b = 9 – 6
b = 3 will be the Intercept
Objective part
Season variation = Actual – Trend ka question tha.actual amount be thi and trend be thi.
3x2 + 5x – 7 is --------------- expression.
► Monomial
► Binomial
► Trinomial
► Linear
In the equation Y‾ = 2 +3X‾ the intercept is
► 4
► 1
► 3
► 2
There are two graphs G1 and G2. The graph G1 has r = 0.9 and the graph G2 has r =
0.5, then what result do you take out from it?
► G1 is more scattered than G2.
► G1 is less scattered than G2.
► G1 and G2 are equally scattered.
► No result can be drawn from the given data.
The point where a straight line cuts the X-axis is called
► slope
► starting point
► y-intercept
► x-intercept
If the price of an English novel decreases from Rs 255.50 to Rs 230.25. What
is the percentage decrease?
► 8.9 %
► 9.9 %
► 10.9%
► 11.9 %
Ref: Change = Final value-initial value
Change = 255.50-230.25=25.25
So percentage change = (change/initial value)*100%
Percentage change = (25.25/230.25)*100 =10.9%
A statistical measure of the variability of a distribution around its mean is referred to as
► A probability distribution
► The standard deviation correct
► The expected return
► Coefficient of variation
The moving averages represent ------------------
► Time series variations
► Co-efficient of variations
► Statistical Dispersion
► Absolute deviation
If Original Price = Rs. 3120 and Markdown Rate = 6.3 % then the Sale
Price is equal to
► 2933.44
► 3033.2
► 2910.4
► 3316.56
Sol: sale price = original or current price (1-%markdown)
Sale price = 3120 (1-6.3%) =2933.44
See page 103
Net price =
► List price +trade discount
► List price - trade discount 104
► List price /trade discount
► List price * trade discount
Seasonal variation = ….
► Actual – trend Ref 252
► Actual + trend
► Actual * trend
► Actual / trend
For two tail test, when
α = 0.10
the value of Z is
► } 1.96
► } 1.645 OR
► } 2.326
► } 2.575
For two tail test, when α = 0.05 the value of Z is
► } 1.96
► } 1.645
► } 2.326
► None of these
C
100
= ……..
100
► 100
► 10000
► 0
► 1
The moving averages represent ------------------
► Time series variations
► Co-efficient of variations
► Statistical Dispersion
► Absolute deviation
How many arrangements can be made of the letter PAKISTANI
► 100108
► 10080
► 10962
► 90720
If the population standard deviation is not known and the sample size is
large(n>=30),then the Test statistic to be used is -------------
► (a) t-test
► (b) z-test
► both (a) and (b)
► none of these
The maximum value in an Ogive is always
► 100%. 182
► an upper class boundary.
► a discrete variable.
► All choices are true
Standard deviation of the sampling distribution tells us
► how the distribution can be calculated
► how the sample values differ from the mean doubt
► how the error canbe calculated
► none of these
Which of the following is the system of linear equations?
► 4 x + 6 y = 9
► 3 x2 + 5 y2 = 7 , x + y = 8
► 5 x + 7 y = 12, 2 x + 8 y = 10
► 2 x 2 – 5 x + 7 = 0
Store A marked down a $ 50 perfume to $ 40 with markdown of
$10
The % Markdown is
► 10%
► 20%
► 30%
► 40%
Dear fellow jatna muje yad tha lakh daya best of luck.
nazia yasmeen thanks a lot for sharing ur paper to help other fellows..best of luck for ur result
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Today’s Paper on 20^{th} July 2013
Total Questions = 52 Total Marks = 80
Total 1 Mark MCQ = 40 Total 2 Marks Short Questions = 4
Total 3 Marks Short Questions = 4 Total 5 Marks Long Questions = 4
My today's Paper:
1. Determine two variable X and Y are correlated or uncorrelated by using the following table (5)
X |
0 |
4 |
Y |
2 |
2 |
2.A population consists of four numbers 2, 6, 10, 14. Considering all possible samples of size two which can be drawn with replacement from this population, find
The population standard deviation.
3. Suppose you decide to put Rs. 12,000 in a savings account that earms 8% interest compounded annually. How much will you have after 5 years? (3)
4. A dormitory on campus houses 200 students. 120 are male, 50 are upper division students, and 40 are upper division male students.
A student is selected at random. The probability of selecting a lower division student, given the student is a female is: (3)
5. What does this function do?
=CUMIPMT (0.09/12, 9*12, 25000, 1, 9, 0) (2)M
6. If you toss a die and observe the number of dots that appears on top face then write the events that the even number occur (2)
7. A random sample of size n is drawn from normal population with mean 6 and standard deviation
1.2; if n=25, 8 , then what is z? (3)
8. If X is a normal random variable with mean (m) 100 and standard deviation (σ) is 10, find P(X<110). A chart was given there (5)
9. FC=Rs.3136, VC=Rs.157, S=Rs.185, capacity=320 units
Calculate break even point in terms of rupees and units. (5)
Good Luck !
Heer thanks for sharing ur paper..best of luck for ur result
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