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## Class 9 : Short Answers Type Questions- Statistics Class 9 Notes | EduRev

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Question 1. Find the mean of: 10, 90, 20, 80, 30 and 70.
Solution:
Number of observations = 6 Sum of the observations = 10 + 90 + 20 + 80 + 30 + 70 = 300
âˆ´ Mean = (300/6)= 50
Thus, the required mean = 50

Question 2. Find the range and prepare a frequency table for the following observations:
4, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 2, 3, 3, 1, 2, 2, 4, 2, 5, 4, 1, 1, 3, 2
Solution:
Arranging the observations in an ascending order:
1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4, 5, 5
Lowest observation = 1
Highest observation = 5

âˆ´ Range = 5 â€“ 1 = 4
Thus, the required range = 4.
Frequency table:

 Observation Tally marks Frequency 1 5 2 6 3 IIII 4 4 III 3 5 II 2

Question 3. Make a cumulative frequency table for the following:

 Class interval Tally marks Frequency 100-110 IIII 4 110-120 6 120-130 II 2 130-140 III 3 140-150 5 Total 20

Solution: Cumulative frequency table:

 Class interval Tally marks Frequency Cumulative frequency 100-110 IIII 4 4 110-120 6 6 + 4 = 10 120-130 II 2 10 + 2 = 12 130-140 III 3 12 + 3 = 15 140-150 5 15 + 5 = 20 Total 20

Question 4. Form a frequency table for the following:

 Marks obtained Number of students More than 50More than 40More than 30More than 20More than 10More than 0 02037444650

Solution:

 Marks obtained Frequency Cumulative frequency 0â€“1010â€“20  20â€“3030â€“40  40â€“50 50 â€“ 46 = 4  46 â€“ 44 = 2 44 â€“ 37 = 7 37 â€“ 20 = 17 20 â€“ 0 = 20 46133050 Total 50

Question 5. Find the mean of the first six multiples of 6.
Solution:
Six multiples of 6 are: 6, 12, 18, 24, 30, 36

Thus, the required mean = 21

Question 6. If the mean of 8, 5, 2, x, 6, 5 is 6, then find the value of x.
Solution:
We have the number of observations = 6

âˆ´               Mean =

Now,                     [âˆµ Mean is 6]

â‡’ 26 + x = 6 x 6 â‡’ x = 36 â€“ 26 = 10

Question 7. If the mean of the following data is 15 then find the value of p.

 xi 5 10 15 20 25 fi 6 4 5 p 7

Solution: We can have the following table from the given data :

âˆ´ we have           âˆ‘ (fi) = 6+4+5+p+7 = 22+p

âˆ‘ (xifi) = 30+40+75+20p+175 = 320+20p

âˆµ Mean,

But Mean = 15

âˆ´

â‡’ 320 + 20p = 15(22 + p)
â‡’ 320 + 20p = 330 + 15p
â‡’ 20p â€“ 15p = 330 â€“ 320
â‡’ 5p = 10
â‡’   p= (10/5)= 2
Thus, the required value of p is 2

Question 8. If the mean of the following data is 18.75, find the value of p:

 xi 10 15 20 p 30 fi 5 10 7 8 2

Solution: From the given data we can prepare the following table:

 xi fi (fi * xi) 10 5 10 x 5 = 50 15 10 15 x 10 = 150 20 7 20 x 7 = 140 P S p x 8 = 8p 30 2 30 x 2 = 60 âˆ‘(fi) = 32 âˆ‘(xi * fi) = 400 + 8p

âˆµ

But mean is 18.75.

âˆ´

â‡’ 400 + 8p = 18.75 x 32
â‡’ 400 + 8p = 600
â‡’ 8p = 600 â€“ 400 = 200
â‡’   p= (200/8) = 25
Thus, the required value of p is 25.

Question 9. The following observations are arranged in ascending order:
26,  29,  42,  53,  x,  x + 2,  70,  75,  82,  93
If the median is 65, find the value of x.
Solution:
Number of observations (n) = 10 Here â€˜nâ€™ is even

âˆ´ x + 1 = 65 or x = 65 â€“ 1 = 64

Thus, the required value of x is 64.

Question 1. Construct a frequency table with equal class intervals from the following data on the monthly wages (in rupees) of 30 workers of a factory taking one of the class interval as
8440â€“8540 (8540 not included). 8740, 8780, 8760, 8740, 8450, 8200, 8440, 9080, 8880, 8840, 8340, 8140, 8660, 8960, 8400, 9100,
8460, 8880, 8540, 8140, 8760, 8300, 8350, 8660, 8950, 9120, 9100, 8320, 8150, 9080.
Solution:
Here, the lowest observation = 8140
The highest observation = 9120
âˆµ One of the classes is 8440â€“8540,
i.e. the class size = 100
âˆ´ To cover the given data, we have the classes as: 8140â€“8240; 8240â€“8340; â€¦.; 9040â€“9140.
Now, the required frequency table is:

 Wages (in f) Tally marks Frequency 8140-8240 IIII 4 8240-8340 II 2 8340-8440 III 3 8440-8540 III 3 8540-8640 I 1 8640-8740 II 2 8740-8840 5 8840-8940 III 3 8940-9040 III 3 9040-9140 IIII 4 Total 30

Question 2. The mean of 40 numbers was found to be 35. Later on it was detected that a number 56 was misread as 16. Find the correct mean of the given numbers.
Solution:
Number of observations = 40
âˆµ Calculated mean = 35
âˆ´ Calculated sum = 40 x 35 = 1400
Since the number 56 is misread as 16.
âˆ´ Correct sum of the numbers = 1400 â€“ [Wrong observation] + [Correct observation]
= 1400 â€“ [16] + [56]
= (1400 â€“ 16 + 56) = 1440
âˆ´ The correct mean =

= (14440/40)= 36
Thus, the correct mean = 36.

Question 3. The mean of 72 items was found to be 63. If two of the items were misread as 27 and 9 instead of 72 and 90 respectively. Find the correct mean.
Solution:
Number of items = 72
Calculated mean = 63
âˆ´ Calculated sum = 72 x 63 = 4536
Since, the item 72 is misread as 27.
And the item 90 is misread as 9.
âˆ´ Correct sum of 72 items = [Calculated sum] â€“ [Sum of the wrong items] + [Sum of the correct items]
= [4536] â€“ [27 + 9] + [72 + 90] = [4536] â€“ [36] + [162]
= [4536 â€“ 36 + 162] = 4662
âˆ´ Correct mean

Thus, the required correct mean is 64.75.

Question 4. A train travels between two stations x and y. While going from x to y, its average speed is 72 km per hour, and while coming back from y to x, its average speed is 63 km per hour. Find the average speed of the train during the whole journey.
Solution:
Let the distance between x and y is s km.
Since, average speed = Total Distance / Total Time

For the train going from x to y, Average speed = 72 km/hr
âˆ´ Time taken = Distance / speed = s/72 hours

For the train coming back from y to x, Average speed = 63 km/hr
âˆ´ Time taken = Distance / speed = s/63 hours

Now, total time taken to cover 2s km

âˆ´ Average speed during the whole journey

Thus, the required average speed = 67.2 km/hr.

Question 5. Find the mode for the following data using the relation : mode = (3 median â€“ 2 mean)

 Item (x) Frequency (f) 16 17 18 19 20 21 113412

 Item (x) Frequency (f) Cumulative frequency f-x 161718192021 113412 12591012 161754762042 Total 225

Since, Mode = 3(Median) â€“ 2(Mean)
âˆ´ Mode of the above data = 3(19) â€“ 2(18.75)
= 57 â€“ 37.5 = 19.5

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