Quantitative Techniques Code351A 1st

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Quantitative Techniques -1 General Instructions:     Code: 351A The Student should submit this assignment in the handwritten form (not in the typed format) The Student should submit this assignment within the time specified by the exam dept The student should only use the Rule sheet papers for answering the questions. The student should attach this assignment paper with the answered papers.  Failure to comply with the above Four instructions would lead to re ection of assignment. Specifi
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   Quantitative Techniques  -1 Code: 351A General Instructions:  The Student should submit this assignment in the handwritten form (not in the typed format)  The Student should submit this assignment within the time specified by the exam dept  The student should only use the Rule sheet papers for answering the questions.  The student should attach this assignment paper with the answered papers.  Failure to comply   with the above Four instructions would lead to reection of assignment.  Specific Instructions:  There are four !uestions in this assignment. The student should answer all the four questions. ar#s allotted $%%.  &ach !uestion carries equal mar#s (' mar#s) unless specified explicitly Question No 1 a) Fit by the method of lease squares a parabolic curve to the following data *ear$++$$++'$++,$++-$++$++$++/ 0roduction (in tons)','%$1$1$-$,$, From the given data2 show that Fisher3s ideal index number satisfies the Time Reversal Test b)4hat do you understand by 5seasonal variations67 State the obectives of measurementof seasonal variations Question No 2 a) Find the trend values from the following time series data by method of moving average with suitable  period to be obtained by you from the data8 *ear$++%$++$$++'$++,$++-$++$++$++/$++1$+++'%%%'%%$ 0rofit (in la#h Rs.)-,-+-/+-1$$,-+--+,'1$1$--%%% b) 9efine 5correlation6 and 5co8efficient of correlation6. ention different types of :orrelation  Question No 3 a);n a wor#ing class consumer price index no. of a particular town2 the weights corresponding to different groups of items were as follows Food < 2 fuel < $2 clothing < $%2 rent < 1 and miscellaneous < $'. ;n =ct. $++'2 9.>. was fixed by a mill of that town at $1' percent of the wor#ers which fully compensated for the rise in prices of food and rent2 but did not compensate for anything else. >nother mill of the same town paid 9.>. of -.  percent which compensated for the rise in fuel and miscellaneous groups. ;t is #nown that rise in food is double that of fuel and rise in miscellaneous group is double that of rent.Find the rise of food2 rent2 fuel and miscellaneous groups. b) &xplain   the following (i) Significance of quantitative techniques(ii) ?aws of statistics(iii) erits of census investigation Question No 4: a)From the following time series obtain -8quarter moving averages and also deviations from trend.*ear  !uarterly =utput (3%%% tons) of coal for - years ;;;;;;;@$+/1$+/+$+1%$+1$1/%%,$1,+$/'1 b) &xplain the following (i)Scatter diagram2(ii) ultiple correlation2
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