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TR Jain & Vk Ohri (2018) Solutions for Class 11-commerce Economics Chapter 5 - Presentation Of Data Textual And Tabular Presentation

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Page No 86:

Question 1:

Using some hypothetical data, and descriptive form of data presentation:
Describe the impact of strike by the traders in your city.

Answer:

The strike by traders in our city has caused shortage of onions by 50% and pushed up onion prices by 75%.

Page No 86:

Question 2:

Using some hypothetical data, and descriptive form of data presentation:
Decribe the impact of increase in the price of petrol on the demand for cars and scooters.

Answer:

Due to rise in the price of petrol by 30%, the demand for cars and scooters has gone down by 50%.



Page No 92:

Question 1:

Construct a table presenting data collected by you on preferential liking of your class-mates of different teachers in your school.

Answer:

Preferential Liking of Students for different Teachers
 

Teacher Name Number of Students
Rashmi
Usha Mehra
Gyan Singh
Rakesh jindal
Poonam Singh
 
10
5
12
17
3
 

Page No 92:

Question 2:

Construct a table on marks in English secured by the students of Class X in your school in the house examination.

Answer:

Marks Obtained by Students of Class X in English
 

Marks Number of Students
20 − 30
30 − 40
40 − 50
50 − 60
60 − 70
70 − 80
80 − 90
90 − 100
5
10
12
14
20
13
9
3

Page No 92:

Question 3:

Construct a table on the runs scored by different players in the inter-school cricket tournament hosted by your school.

Answer:

Runs Scored by Players in the Inter School Cricket Tournament
 

Runs Number of  Players
0 − 20
20 − 40
40 − 60
60 − 80
80 − 100
100 − 120
5
6
9
7
5
3



Page No 93:

Question 1:

Check with your Principal. Request him to provide you information on the number of students in the school over the last 10 years. Present the data in a table based on temporal classification.

Answer:

Number of students (2004-2013)
 

Year Number of Students

2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013

2540
2450
2300
2400
2535
2700
2630
3000
2950
2970

Page No 93:

Question 2:

Go to the office of Registrar, Births and deaths, of your town. Make a request for data on the number of births and deaths registered during different years over the last 10 years. Present the data in the form of table, showing temporal classification of data.

Answer:

Registered Number of births and deaths (2004-2013)
 

Year Number of Birth Number of Death

2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
 
50
60
70
73
65
85
90
91
87
88
25
27
32
26
27
15
19
30
40
35

Page No 93:

Question 3:

Get information on the native state of the students in your school. Present the data in the form of a table, showing spatial classification of data.

Answer:

Students from different States (2013)
 

States Number of students
Uttar Pradesh
Assam
Himanchal Pradesh
Haryana
Rajasthan
50
40
35
70
45

Page No 93:

Question 4:

Get information on the location of Head-office of different banks in your locality. Present the data in the form of  a table, showing spatial classification of data.

Answer:

Location of Head office of different Banks
 

Location Bank
Shakti Nagar
Vasant Kunj
Greater Kailash
Chandani Chowk
Rajiv Chowk
P.N.B Bank
S.B.I Bank
O.B.C Bank
Vaishya Bank
Vijaya Bank



Page No 100:

Question 1:

In 2009-10, the contribution of primary, secondary and tertiary sectors to India's GDP was 17.6%, 28.2% and 54.2% respectively. In 2010-11, these shares were 17.7%, 27.0% and 55.3% respectively. This information is based on the India 2013 (EPW Research Foundation). Present this information in the form of a table.

Answer:

Contribution of Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Sector to India’s GDP (in %) 
 

Year Primary Sector  Secondary Sector  Tertiary Sector  Total
2009-10
2010-11
17.6
17.7
28.2
27
54.2
55.3
100
100

(Source: India 2013, EPW Research Foundation)

Page No 100:

Question 2:

Prepare a sketch of such a table that exhibits the following types of information on the number of students of your college:
(i) Faculty-wise: Arts, Commerce and Science.
(ii) Class-wise: XI; B.A. (I); B.A. (II); and B.A. (III).
(iii) Sex-wise: Boys and Girls.

Answer:

                                     Distribution of Students
                                (according to faculty, class and sex)

  ARTS Commerce Science
Class Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total
XI
B.A. (I)
B.A. (II)
B.A. (III)
                 
Total                  

Page No 100:

Question 3:

Following information relates to the exports from India to USSR and UK in the years 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 (hypothetical figures). Present it in the form of a table.

Year 2014 2015 2016 2017
Exports to USSR (₹ crore) 209 416 1,305 1,655
Exports to UK (₹ crore) 170 421 550 670

Answer:

           Exports from India to USSR and UK
                    (2014 - 2017)                 (in Rs crore)

Year Export to USSR
(Rs Crore)
Export to UK
(Rs Crore)
2014
2015
2016
2017
209
416
1305
1655
170
421
550
670

Page No 100:

Question 4:

Point out the mistakes in the following table. Rearrange it correctly.

Number of Students Subjects
Economics English Hindi History
Boys  
Girsl

Answer:

The following are the mistakes in the given table.
1. The table does have a title and a head note.
2. The sub-entries and the captions have not been noted carefully.
3. The total of the rows and the columns is not provided.

             Number of Students
     (according to subject and sex)

Number of Students
Subjects Boys Girls Total
Economics
English
Hindi
History
     
Total      

Page No 100:

Question 5:

Following information relates to the marks securd by 50 students in Economics. Present the following information in the form of a table.

Marks 0−10 10−20 20−30 30−40
Students 15 12 18 5

Answer:


Marks Obtained by Students in Economics

Marks Number of Students
0 − 10
10 − 20
20 − 30
30 − 40
15
12
18
5

Page No 100:

Question 6:

Following information relates to the marks secured by 50 boys and girls in their paper in Economics. Present the information in the form of a table.

Marks 0−10 10−20 20−30 30−40
Boys 10 7 6 1
Girls 5 5 12 4

Answer:

Marks obtained by Students in Economics

Marks Number of Students Total
Boys Girls
0 − 10
10 − 20
20 − 30
30 − 40
10
7
6
1
5
5
12
4
15
12
18
5
Total 24 26 50

Page No 100:

Question 7:

Draw a blank table to show the distribution of population according to sex, literacy, and income.

Answer:

                            Distribution of Population 
               (according to age, sex and literacy)    (in lakhs)
                
Income
(in '000)
Literate Illiterate
(0 40) Male Female Total Male Female Total
(40 −80)            
(80-120)            
(120-160)            
(160-200)            
Above 200            
Total            

Page No 100:

Question 8:

Present the following information in a suitable tabular form:
(i) In 2010, out of total 2,000 workers in a factory, 1,550 were members of a trade union. The number of women workers employees was 250, out of which 200 did not belong to any trade union.
(ii) In 2017, the number of union workers was 1,725 of which 1,600 were men. The number of non-union workers was 380, among which 155 were women.

Answer:

The information given in the question can be summarised as follows.
Year 2010
Total no. of workers in the factory = 2000
Total no. of trade union workers = 1550
Total no. of non-trade union workers = (2000 1550) = 450
Total no. of women worker = 250
Total no. of non-trade union women worker = 200
Total no. of trade union women worker = (250 − 200) = 50
Total no. of trade union men worker = (1550 − 50) = 1500
Total no. of non-trade union men worker = (450 − 200) = 250
Total no. of men workers = 1500 + 250 = 1750

Year 2017
Total no. of trade union workers = 1725
Total no. of trade union men worker = 1600
Total no. of non-trade union women worker = (1725 − 1600) = 125
Total no. of non-trade union workers = 380
Total no. of non-trade union women worker = 155
Total no. of non-trade union men worker = (380 − 155) = 225
Total no. of workers in the factory = 1725 + 380 = 2105
Total no. of men workers = 1600 + 225 = 1825
Total no. of women workers = 125 + 155 = 280

                                         Distribution of Workers in a Factory
                                      (according to member of trade union and sex)

  Trade Union Non-Trade Union Total
Year Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total
2010 1500 50 1550 250 200 450 1750 250 2000
2017 1600 125 1725 225 155 380 1825 280 2105
Total 3100 175 3275 475 355 830 3575 530  4105



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