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I am looking for question paper for Madurai kamraj university, m.a in economics, quantitative methods examination ? Here I am giving you question paper for Madurai kamraj university, m.a in economics, quantitative methods examination in PDF file with it .. Paper Pattern: The paper is a numerical paper The questions asked are divided into 2 sections; Questions of Section A are to be answered in 1 page and questions of Section B are to be answered in 3 pages. The mark which is assigned to this paper is 100 and time is 3 hours only. The questions in Section A are of 10 marks each and questions of Section B are of 20 marks each. Section A is of 40 marks and Section B is of 60 marks. Last edited by Aakashd; June 25th, 2019 at 01:44 PM. |
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Re: MKU M.A Economics, Quantitative Methods Exam Paper
You need Madurai Kamraj University M.A Economics, Quantitative Methods Exam Paper, I am giving here: Answer any FOUR questions. Answer to each question should not be less than a page. 1. Point out the properties of homogeneous function. 2. Solve: x2 + xy = 12 xy – y2 = 2 3. Describe the advantages and limitations of geometric mean. 4. Calculate coefficient of variations for the following: Marks: 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Students: 13 35 60 84 96 127 198 250 5. Bring out the uses of correlation 6. Is there any association between smoking habits and its adverse effects for the data given below: TB Smokers Non Smokers Affected persons 100 60 Not affected persons 80 1000 7. Explain purposive sampling with examples. 8. Write a note on level of significance. SECTION B 3 x 20 = 60 marks Answer any THREE questions. Each question carries 20 marks. Answer to any question should not be less than 3 pages 9. Write an essay on the significance of function. 10. Solve xy / x + y = 70, yz / y+z = 140, zx / z+x = 84 11. Solve by simplex method: Maximise 6x1+ 3x2 = 5 Subject to x1 + 3x2 <= 9 x1 + x2 => 5 2x1 + x2<= 8 x1, x2 => 0 12. Calculate correlation coefficient (Karl Pearson methods). X: 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 Y: 60 58 58 50 48 48 48 42 36 42 13. Explain Nine Square Tables with examples. 14. Write a short note on: (a) Normal distribution (b) Binomial distribution
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