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# The headings of the rows given in the first column of

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Unformatted text preview: eadings of the rows given in the first column of a table are called a) Stubs b) Captions c) Titles d) Reference notes II. Fill in the blanks: 6. Geographical classification means, classification of data according to _______. 7. The data recorded according to standard of education like illiterate, primary, secondary, graduate, technical etc, will be known as _______ classification. 8. An arrangement of data into rows and columns is known as _______. 9. Tabulation follows ______. 10. In a manifold table we have data on _______. 47 III. Answer the following questions: 11. Define three types of data. 12. Define primary and secondary data. 13. What are the points that are to be considered in the use of secondary data? 14. What are the sources of secondary data? 15. Give the merits and demerits of primary data. 16. State the characteristics of a good questionnaire. 17. Define classification. 18. What are the main objects of classification? 19. Write a detail note on the types of classification. 20. Define tabulation. 21. Give the advantages of tabulation. 22. What are the main parts of an ideal table? Explain. 23. What are the essential characteristics of a good table? 24. Define one-way and two-way table. 25. Explain manifold table with example. IV. Suggested Activities: 26. Collect a primary data about the mode of transport of your school students. Classify the data and tabulate it. 27. Collect the important and relevant tables from various sources and include these in your album note book. Answers: 1. (d) 2. (c) 3. (b) 6. Place 7. Qualitative 8. Tabulation 9. Classification 10. More than two characteristics 4. ( c) 5. (a) 48 4. FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION 4.1 Introduction: Frequency distribution is a series when a number of observations with similar or closely related values are put in separate bunches or groups, each group being in order of magnitude in a series. It is simply a table in which the data are grouped into classes and the number of cases which fall in each class are recorded. It shows th...
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## This note was uploaded on 01/18/2014 for the course BUS 100 taught by Professor Moshiri during the Winter '08 term at UC Riverside.

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