# ISS (Statistical Services) Statistics Paper III: Questions 101 - 109 of 109

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## Question 101

### Explanation

Let X be the outcome variable of interest (e. g. income) . The cumulative distribution function of X is given as and the quantile function (the inverse of the distribution function) is given as with For continuous X, the ordinates of the relative Lorenz curve are given as

Lorenz curve quantifies the proportion of total outcome of the poorest per…

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## Question 106

### Explanation

The Central Statistical Organization (C. S. O) belongs to the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MOSPI)

The Central Statistics Office is responsible for coordination of statistical activities in the country, and evolving and maintaining statistical standards

Its activities include National Income Accounting; conduct of Annual Survey…

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## Question 107

### Explanation

- Consumer demand theory provides insight into an understanding market demand and forms a cornerstone of modern microeconomics
- In particular, this theory analyzes consumer behavior, especially market purchases, based on the satisfaction of wants and needs (that is, utility) generated from the consumption of a good
- A basic version of this theory, primar…

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## Question 108

### Explanation

Demand is the amount of goods that consumers or buyers are willing and capable to buy for a specific price in a specific time period while everything else remains the same. Demand is an economic principle that describes the willingness and desire of consumers to purchase specific goods or services at a specific Ceteris Paribus (all other things bei…

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## Question 109

### Explanation

There are four methods of measuring national income. Which method is to be used depends on the availability of data in a country and the purpose in hand.

**(I) Product Method**:

According to this method, the total value of final goods and services produced in a country during a year is calculated at market prices

To find out the GNP, the data of all produ…

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