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MS-08-Quantitative Analysis for Managerial Applications

MS-08-Quantitative Analysis for Managerial Applications

 

  1. Solve the following simultaneous equations by using Cramer’s rule

3x+2y=13

2x-y=4

  1. From the data given below calculate the value of first and third quartiles, second and ninth deciles and forty-fifth and fifty-seventh percentiles.

Height in

centimeters

Number of

students

Cumulative

frequency

161-167

79

79

167-173

92

171

173-179

60

231

179-185

22

253

185-191

5

258

191-197

2

260

Total

260

 

 

  1. The probability that a bulb produced by a factory will fuse after certain period of time is 0.05. Find the probability that out of 5 such bulbs
    1. None fuses
    2. Not more than 2 fuse
    3. More than 2 fuse
  1. A supplier of components to an electronic industry makes a sophisticated product which sometimes fails immediately it is used. He controls his manufacturing process so that the proportion of faulty products is supposed to be only 5%. Out of 400 supplies in a batch, 26 prove to be faulty. Verify the manufacturer’s claim. Use 0.05 level of significance.
  1. The ages of husbands and wives in a community were found to have a correlation coefficient equal to +0.8; the average of husbands’ ages was 25 years and that of wives’ ages 22 years; their standard deviations were respectively 4 and 5 years. Find the two lines of regression and from the lines ,measure
    1. The expected age of husband when wife’s age is 12 years
    2. The expected age of wife when husband’s age is 33 years

 

 

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