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Sandipan
Subject: Math
, asked on 22/4/18
Pie chart showing nrand of electronic gadgets in middle class homes in India.
(Pie chart shows maximum use of Samsung, followed by LG and then Sony.)
Experts,Please represent this in the form of a pie chart.
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1
Aditya Kumar
Subject: Math
, asked on 20/3/18
Solve 28
Q.28
Calculate the mean and mode the data,
Hence using the relation Mode = 3 (Median)
$-2$
(Mean), find the median.
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3
Akash
Subject: Math
, asked on 17/3/18
question no. 29 please fast
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Vishwa
Subject: Math
, asked on 14/3/18
Plzz experts i want to learn this soon as you can:
3. In the figure, EFGH is a rectangle. ABC and D are the mid points of the side EF,FG, GH and EH respectively. Show the ABCD is a
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Vishwa
Subject: Math
, asked on 14/3/18
Only the 30th one sum sir plss:
30. The following is the distribution of total household expenditure (in Rs) of manual workers in a city.
Expenditure
(in Rs)
100-150
150-200
200-250
250-300
300-350
350-400
400-450
450-500
No. Of Manual
Workers
25
40
33
28
30
22
16
8
Draw a histogram and a frequency polygon representing the above data:
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1
Abinash
Subject: Math
, asked on 5/3/18
question no. 27
Question 27. Find the Mean of the data given in question number 26.
Q.26.
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Abinash
Subject: Math
, asked on 5/3/18
Question 27. Find the Mean of the data given in question number 26.
Q.26.
Answer
3
Kshitij Kumar
Subject: Math
, asked on 2/3/18
how to rearrange data in statistics from ascending to descending order when there's atleast 50 numbers given . I find it very difficult, is there some other way to rearrange the digits?
Answer
1
Vijaya Kowstubha T
Subject: Math
, asked on 1/3/18
pls solve 33rd question
Q.33. The daily wages of 100 workers
Draw frequency polygon.
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1
Arjun Pal
Subject: Math
, asked on 22/2/18
Solve this:
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1
Yash Srivastava
Subject: Math
, asked on 16/2/18
The mean of five observations is M. If each observation is divided by 2,then what is the new set of observations?
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2
Vaishnavi G
Subject: Math
, asked on 13/2/18
Solve 7th question
Q7. The mean of
n
observations
x
_{1}
, x
_{2}
,...... ,
x
_{n}
is
$\overline{)x}$
. If each observation is decreased by
P
, then show that the mean of the new observations is
$\left(\overline{)x}-p\right)$
.
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1
Sms
Subject: Math
, asked on 12/2/18
is it necessary to take the class mark ,if yes then why ?:
Class Interval
Frequency
Class Mark
50-100
9
75
100-150
3
125
150-200
12
175
200-250
17
225
$\mathrm{Class}-\mathrm{mark}=\frac{\mathrm{Upper}\mathrm{limit}+\mathrm{Lower}\mathrm{limit}}{2}$
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1
Shreyas
Subject: Math
, asked on 10/2/18
find the mean of first10 odd numbers
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Aryan Jaggi
Subject: Math
, asked on 4/2/18
If the class marks of a frequency distribution are 29.5, 36.5, 43.5, 50.5, then find the class interval corresponding to the class mark 36.5.
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(Pie chart shows maximum use of Samsung, followed by LG and then Sony.)

Experts,Please represent this in the form of a pie chart.

Q.28Calculate the mean and mode the data,Hence using the relation Mode = 3 (Median) $-2$ (Mean), find the median.

3. In the figure, EFGH is a rectangle. ABC and D are the mid points of the side EF,FG, GH and EH respectively. Show the ABCD is a

30. The following is the distribution of total household expenditure (in Rs) of manual workers in a city.

(in Rs)

Workers

Draw a histogram and a frequency polygon representing the above data:

Question 27. Find the Mean of the data given in question number 26.

Q.26.

Q.26.

how to rearrange data in statistics from ascending to descending order when there's atleast 50 numbers given . I find it very difficult, is there some other way to rearrange the digits?Q.33. The daily wages of 100 workers

Draw frequency polygon.

Q7. The mean of

nobservationsx_{1}, x_{2},...... ,x_{n}is $\overline{)x}$ . If each observation is decreased byP, then show that the mean of the new observations is $\left(\overline{)x}-p\right)$.$\mathrm{Class}-\mathrm{mark}=\frac{\mathrm{Upper}\mathrm{limit}+\mathrm{Lower}\mathrm{limit}}{2}$