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Example 2: Find the Range for the following distribution.\begin{tabular}{|c|c|}\hline Classes / Groups & \boldsymbol{f} \\\hline 10-19 & 10 \\\hline 20-29 & 7 \\\hline 30-39 & 9 \\\hline 40-49 & 6 \\\hline 50-59 & 7 \\\hline 60-69 & 1 \\\hline Total & 40 \\\hline\end{tabular}

(xxii) The positive square root of mean of the squared deviations of X_{i}(i=12 \ldots \ldots n) observations from their arithmetic mean is called(a) harmonic mean(b) range(c) standard deviation
(xxii) The positive square root of mean of the squared deviations of  X_{i}(i=12 \ldots \ldots n)  observations from their arithmetic mean is called(a) harmonic mean(b) range(c) standard deviation

(xxii)ThepositivesquarerootofmeanofthesquareddeviationsofXi(i=12n)observationsfromtheirarithmeticmeaniscalled(a)harmonicmean(b)range(c)standarddeviation(xxii) The positive square root of mean of the squared deviations of X_{i}(i=12 \ldots \ldots n) observations from their arithmetic mean is called(a) harmonic mean(b) range(c) standard deviation

(xv) The most frequent occurring observation in a data set is called(a) mode(b) median(c) harmonic mean
(xv) The most frequent occurring observation in a data set is called(a) mode(b) median(c) harmonic mean

(xv)Themostfrequentoccurringobservationinadatasetiscalled(a)mode(b)median(c)harmonicmean(xv) The most frequent occurring observation in a data set is called(a) mode(b) median(c) harmonic mean

1. What do you understand by measures of central tendency?
1. What do you understand by measures of central tendency?

1.Whatdoyouunderstandbymeasuresofcentraltendency?1. What do you understand by measures of central tendency?

Example 2: Find the Range for the following distribution.\begin{tabular}{|c|c|}\hline Classes / Groups & \boldsymbol{f} \\\hline 10-19 & 10 \\\hline 20-29 & 7 \\\hline 30-39 & 9 \\\hline 40-49 & 6 \\\hline 50-59 & 7 \\\hline 60-69 & 1 \\\hline Total & 40 \\\hline\end{tabular}
Example 2: Find the Range for the following distribution.\begin{tabular}{|c|c|}\hline Classes / Groups &  \boldsymbol{f}  \\\hline  10-19  & 10 \\\hline  20-29  & 7 \\\hline  30-39  & 9 \\\hline  40-49  & 6 \\\hline  50-59  & 7 \\\hline  60-69  & 1 \\\hline Total & 40 \\\hline\end{tabular}
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Example 2: Find the Range for the following distribution.\begin{tabular}{|c|c|}\hline Classes / Groups & \boldsymbol{f} \\\hline 10-19 & 10 \\\hline 20-29 & 7 \\\hline 30-39 & 9 \\\hline 40-49 & 6 \\\hline 50-59 & 7 \\\hline 60-69 & 1 \\\hline Total & 40 \\\hline\end{tabular}

(vi) Arithmetic mean is a measure that determines a value of the variable under study by dividing the sum of all values of the variable by their(a) number(b) group(c) denominator
(vi) Arithmetic mean is a measure that determines a value of the variable under study by dividing the sum of all values of the variable by their(a) number(b) group(c) denominator

(vi)Arithmeticmeanisameasurethatdeterminesavalueofthevariableunderstudybydividingthesumofallvaluesofthevariablebytheir(a)number(b)group(c)denominator(vi) Arithmetic mean is a measure that determines a value of the variable under study by dividing the sum of all values of the variable by their(a) number(b) group(c) denominator

Example 2: A variable X takes the following values 45862 . Find the mean of X . Also find the mean when (a) 5 is added to each observation (b) 10 is multiplied with each observation (c) Prove sum of the deviation from mean is zero.
Example 2: A variable  X  takes the following values  45862 . Find the mean of  X . Also find the mean when (a) 5 is added to each observation (b) 10 is multiplied with each observation (c) Prove sum of the deviation from mean is zero.

Example2:AvariableXtakesthefollowingvalues45862.FindthemeanofX.Alsofindthemeanwhen(a)5isaddedtoeachobservation(b)10ismultipliedwitheachobservation(c)Provesumofthedeviationfrommeaniszero.Example 2: A variable X takes the following values 45862 . Find the mean of X . Also find the mean when (a) 5 is added to each observation (b) 10 is multiplied with each observation (c) Prove sum of the deviation from mean is zero.

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