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Unformatted text preview: ____ diagram.
2. In rectangular diagram, comparison is based on _____ of
the rectangles.
3. Squares are ______ dimensional diagrams.
4. Ogives for more than type and less than type distribution
intersects at ______.
5. _________ Curve is graphical method of studying
dispersion.
III. Answer the following:
1. What is diagram?
2. How diagrams are useful in representing statistical data
3. What are the significance of diagrams?
4. What are the rules for making a diagram?
5. What are the various types of diagrams
6. Write short notes on
(a) Bar diagram
(b) Sub divided bar diagram.
7. What is a pie diagram?
8. Write short notes on
a) Histogram
b) Frequency Polygon
c) Frequency curve
d) Ogive
9. What are less than ogive and more than ogive? What purpose
do they serve?
10. What is Lorenz curve? Mention its important.
90 11. Represent the following data by a bar diagram.
Year
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
12. 13. 14. Profit (in
thousands)
2
6
11
15
20
27 Represent the following data by a multiple bar diagram.
Workers
Factory
Male
Female
A
125
100
B
210
165
C
276
212
Represent the following data by means of percentage subdivided bar diagram.
Food crops Area A
Area B
(in 000,000 acres) (in 000,000 acres)
Rice
18
10
Wheat
12
14
Barley
10
8
Maize
7
6
Others
12
15
Draw a Pie diagram to exhibit the causes of death in the
country.
Causes of Death
Numbers
Diarrhoea and
60
enteritis
Prematurity and
170
atrophy
Bronchitis and
90
pneumonia
91 15. Draw a histogram and frequency polygon for the following
data.
Weights (in kg)
4045
4550
5055
5560
6065 16. Draw a frequency curve for the following data.
Marks
020
2040
4060
6080
80100 17. No. of
students
7
15
28
17
5 The frequency distribution of wages in a certain factory is as
follows:
Wages
0 500
5001000
10001500
15002000
20002500 18. Number of
men
8
14
21
18
10 Number
of workers
10
19
28
15
6 The following table given the weekly family income in two
different region. Draw the Lorenz curve and compare the two
regions of incomes.
92 Income
1000
1250
1500
1750
2000
2500
3000 No. of families
Region A Region B
12
5
18
10
29
17
42
23
20
15
11
8
6
3 IV. Suggested A...
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 Winter '08
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