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Re: BA Economics Papers in Mumbai University
F.Y.B.A Paper – I (SEMESTER  I) Course Code UNIT TOPICS Credits L / Week UAECO101 I Micro Economics I : Introduction 3 1 II Consumers Behaviour and Demand 1 III Production and Cost Analysis 1 F.Y.B.A Paper – I (SEMESTER  II) Course Code UNIT TOPICS Credits L /Week UAECO102 I Micro Economics I: Theory of Firm 3 1 II Market Structure 1 III Pricing Methods and Capital Budgeting 1 For more details please download the PDF file below Hope you are clear with the details. 
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Re: BA Economics Papers in Mumbai University
As you wan to get BA Economics Papers in Mumbai University so here I am giving you some questions of that paper: 1. The item which occurs maximum number of times in a distribution is (A) Mode (B) Median (C) Mean (D) Dispersion 2. The median of 5, 3, 8, 11 and 2 is (A) 11 (B) 2 (C) 5 (D) 8 3. The sum of deviations of observations from ............ is zero. (A) Median (B) Arithmetic mean (C) Geometric mean (D) Harmonic mean 4. The best measure of dispersion is (A) Range (B) Standard deviation (C) Variance (D) Coefficient of variation (Weightage 1) 5. Coefficient of correlation lies between (A) 0 & 1 (B) 1 & 1 (C) (D) 6. The lines of regression intersect at the point (A) (B) (x, y) (C) (0, 0) (D) (1, 1) 7. If the ratio of change in one variable is equal to the ratio of change in other variables, correlation is said to be (A) Linear (B) Nonlinear (C) Curvilinear (D) None of these 8. The regression coefficients of x only and y on x are given as 1.2 and 0.5 respectively. Then correlation coefficient is (A) 0.6 (B) 0.6 (C) 6 (D) 1.7 (Weightage 1) 9. For Mesokurtic distribution (A) 2 < 3 (B) 2 > 3 (C) 2 = 3 (D) All of these 10. For a positively skewed distribution which of the following inequality holds? (A) Mean > Mode > Median (B) Mean > Median > Mode (C) Mode > Mean > Median (D) Mean < Mode < Median 11. The derivative of a constant is (A) Constant (B) 1 (C) 0 (D) None of these 12. when y = e2x is (A) e2x (B) 2e2x (C) 2ex (D) ½e2x (Weightage 1) 13. When two events cannot occur together, it is called (A) equally likely (B) random event (C) mutually exclusive (D) None of these 14. If A and B are two independent events then is (A) P(A).P(B) (B) (C) P(A)+P(B) (D) zero 15. Mean of a binomial variate with parameters n and p is (A) p (B) np (C) npq (D) 16. If the probability of occurring of head in the toss of a coin is ½, then the probability of occurring of tail is (A) 1 (B) ½ (C) ¼ (D) None of these 17. What are the properties of Arithmetic mean? 18. Distinguish between absolute and relative measures of dispersion. 19. Discuss the different types of correlation. 20. What is regression equations and regression lines? 21. Distinguish between raw moments and central moments. 22. Define kurtosis. How is it measured? 23. Discuss Maxima and Minima of functions. 24. Briefly discuss random experiments, sample space and events.
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