University Of Pune Question Paper

P. G. D. E. M. (Semester - I) Examination - 2010

DATA COLLECTION, ANALYSIS AND REPORTING

(New 2008 Pattern)

Time : 3 Hours] [Max. Marks : 70

Instructions :

(1) Answer any four questions.

(2) All questions carry equal marks.

Q.1) What is meant by Classification and Presentation of Data ? Illustrate how

data can be represented with the help of graphs ? (at least two types)

Q.2) What are the Parameters of Dispersion ? Compute measures of Dispersion

for a set of 10 observation values of your choice.

Q.3) Explain with proper examples how relationship between any two variables

can be shown with the help of scatter diagram and regression line ?

Q.4) Discuss how Binomial Probability Distribution can be useful in Environmental

Studies.

Q.5) What is meant by Sampling ? Explain different Methods of Sampling used

in Data Collection.

Q.6) Write notes : (Any Two)

(a) Central Tendency

(b) Chi-square Test

(c) Fish Bone Diagram

(d) Hypothesis

P. G. D. E. M. (Semester - I) Examination - 2010

DATA COLLECTION, ANALYSIS AND REPORTING

(New 2008 Pattern)

Time : 3 Hours] [Max. Marks : 70

Instructions :

(1) Answer any four questions.

(2) All questions carry equal marks.

Q.1) What is meant by Classification and Presentation of Data ? Illustrate how

data can be represented with the help of graphs ? (at least two types)

Q.2) What are the Parameters of Dispersion ? Compute measures of Dispersion

for a set of 10 observation values of your choice.

Q.3) Explain with proper examples how relationship between any two variables

can be shown with the help of scatter diagram and regression line ?

Q.4) Discuss how Binomial Probability Distribution can be useful in Environmental

Studies.

Q.5) What is meant by Sampling ? Explain different Methods of Sampling used

in Data Collection.

Q.6) Write notes : (Any Two)

(a) Central Tendency

(b) Chi-square Test

(c) Fish Bone Diagram

(d) Hypothesis

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