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Question number: 42

» Applied Statistics » Time Series Analysis » Economic Time Series & Components

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Appeared in Year: 2010

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Discuss the ratio to trend method for separating the seasonal component in a time series.

Question number: 43

» Sampling Techniques » Simple Random Sampling and Systematic Sampling

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Appeared in Year: 2011

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Explain aligned sample and unaligned systematic sampling method

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Systematic sampling in two dimensions:

The linear systematic sampling can be extended for two dimensions populations. here it is assumed that the n m k l population units are arranged in the form of ml rows, each containing nk units and a systematic sampling of m n units is selected. There are two procedures adopted to draw a sample of size mn.

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Question number: 44

» Sampling Techniques » Simple Random Sampling and Systematic Sampling

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Explain the concepts of linear and circular systematic sampling giving suitable illustrations.

Further, show that for linear systematic sampling, sample mean is an unbiased estimator for population mean.

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Let us suppose that N sampling units are serially numbered from 1 to N in some order and a sample of size n is to be drawn in such a way that N is expressible as a product of two integers n and k.

N = nk → k = Where k, usually called the sampling interval. k is taken as the integer nearest to

Linear systematic sampli

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Question number: 45

» Applied Statistics » Index Numbers » Role of CSO

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What is C. S. O. ? Describe briefly the role and importance of C. S. O. for execution of Indian statistical data.

Question number: 46

» Applied Statistics » Index Numbers » Income Distribution-Pareto and Engel Curves

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Appeared in Year: 2011

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Explain curve of concentration. Obtain income concentration for Pareto’s law of income distribution.

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curve of concentration:

A concentration curve plots two variables p and q of the distribution income.

In case the form of the income distribution ϕ (x) is not known then with the help of curves of concentration, we can make a useful formulation of the problem of distribution of income.

Let N be the total frequency of the population and I be the

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Question number: 47

» Sampling Techniques » Probability Sampling or Random Sampling

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Discuss Lahiri’s method of selecting samples for PPS scheme. Give a suitable example to select

4 units when N = 10, M = 60, by taking your choice of sample number and its corresponding size.

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Lahiri’s Method of selecting samples for PPS scheme:

Let M = max maximum of the sizes of N units in the population (i = 1,2, …10)

Steps involved in selecting samples:

1) Select a random number i from 1 to N

2) Select one more random number j, such that

3) If , then ith unit is selected, otherw

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Question number: 48

» Applied Statistics » Index Numbers » Income Distribution-Pareto and Engel Curves

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Explain the formulation of the problem of distribution of income. Further discuss its Mathematical formulation in order to find number of persons with income x or more.

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Formulation of the problem of distribution of income:

The problem of distribution of income can be formulated as follows

(a) Determation of the form of the frequency distribution ϕ (x), for the total distribution of income from the poorest to the richest members of the society.

(b) Check whether ϕ (x) is governed by the society from which in

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