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Exercise 18A
Question 1: If the mean of 5 observations x, x + 2, x + 4, x + 6 and x + 8 is 11, find the value of x.
Solution:
We know that,
\(Mean = \frac{Sum\,of\, the\, given\, observations}{Total\, number\, of\, observations}\)Sum of the given observations = x + (x + 2) + (x + 4) + (x + 6) + (x + 8)
= x + x + 2 + x + 4 + x + 6 + x + 8
= 5x + 20
Total number of observations = 5
Therefore, Mean = (5x + 20)/5
Also, Mean = 11 (given)
â‡¨ 11 = (5x + 20)/5
â‡¨ 55 = 5x + 20
or x = 7
Question 2: If the mean of 25 observations is 27 and each observation is decreased by 7, what will be the new mean?
Solution:
Mean of 25 observations = 27 (given)
Total observations = 25
\(Mean = \frac{Sum\,of\, the\, given\, observations}{Total\, number\, of\, observations}\)27 = (sum of 25 observations)/25
â‡¨ sum of 25 observations = 27 x 25 = 675
When each observation is decreased by 7, then
New Sum is 675 – 25 x 7 = 500
New Mean = 500/25= 20
Question 3: Compute the mean of following data:
Class | 1-3 | 3-5 | 5-7 | 7-9 |
Frequency | 12 | 22 | 27 | 19 |
Solution:
Now,
\(Mean = \frac{\sum fixi}{\sum fi}\)= 426/80
= 5.325
Question 4: Find the mean of the following data, using direct method:
Class | 0-10 | 10-20 | 20-30 | 30-40 | 40-50 | 50-60 |
Frequency | 7 | 5 | 6 | 12 | 8 | 2 |
Solution:
\(Mean = \frac{\sum fixi}{\sum fi}\)= 1150/40
= 28.75
Question 5: Find the mean of the following data, using direct method:
Class | 25-35 | 35-45 | 45-55 | 55-65 | 65-75 |
Frequency | 6 | 10 | 8 | 12 | 4 |
Solution:
\(Mean = \frac{\sum fixi}{\sum fi}\)= 1980/40
=49.5
Question 6: Compute the mean of the following data, using direct method:
Class | 0-100 | 100-200 | 200-300 | 300-400 | 400-500 |
Frequency | 6 | 9 | 15 | 12 | 8 |
Solution:
\(Mean = \frac{\sum fixi}{\sum fi}\)= 13200/40
= 264
Question 7: Using an appropriate method, find the mean of following frequency distribution:
Class | 84âˆ’90 | 90âˆ’96 | 96âˆ’102 | 102âˆ’108 | 108âˆ’114 | 114âˆ’120 |
Frequency | 8 | 10 | 16 | 23 | 12 | 11 |
Which method did you use, and why?
Solution:
\(Mean = \frac{\sum fixi}{\sum fi}\)= 8244/80
= 103.05
Used direct method as it is easy to calculate.
Question 8: If the mean of the following frequency distribution is 24, find the value of p.
Class | 0âˆ’10 | 10âˆ’20 | 20âˆ’30 | 30âˆ’40 | 40âˆ’50 |
Frequency | 3 | 4 | p | 3 | 2 |
Solution:
\(Mean = \frac{\sum fixi}{\sum fi}\)Mean = 24 ( given)
â‡¨ 24 = (270+25p)/(12+p)
â‡¨ 24(12+p) = 270 + 25p
or p = 18
Question 9: The following distribution shows the daily pocket allowance of children of a locality. If the mean pocket allowance is Rs. 18, find the missing frequency f.
Daily pocket allowance (in Rs.) | 11âˆ’13 | 13âˆ’15 | 15âˆ’17 | 17âˆ’19 | 19âˆ’21 | 21âˆ’23 | 23âˆ’25 |
Number of children | 7 | 6 | 9 | 13 | f | 5 | 4 |
Solution:
\(Mean = \frac{\sum fixi}{\sum fi}\)Mean = 18 (given)
18 = (752 + 20f)/(44+f)
792 + 18f = 752 + 20f
or f = 20
Question 10: If the mean of the following frequency distribution is 54, find the value of p.
Class | 0âˆ’20 | 20âˆ’40 | 40âˆ’60 | 60âˆ’80 | 80âˆ’100 |
Frequency | 7 | p | 10 | 9 | 13 |
Solution:
\(Mean = \frac{\sum fixi}{\sum fi}\)Mean = 54 (given)
â‡¨ 54 = (2370 + 30p)/(39+p)
â‡¨ 1053 + 27p = 1185 + 15p
or p = 11
Exercise 18B
Question 1: In a hospital, the ages of diabetic patients were recorded as follows. Find the median age.
Age (in years) | 0âˆ’15 | 15âˆ’30 | 30âˆ’45 | 45âˆ’60 | 60âˆ’75 |
Number of patients | 5 | 20 | 40 | 50 | 25 |
Solution:
Where cf = cumulative frequency
\(Median = I +\left \{ h\times\frac{\left ( \frac{N}{2} – cf\right )}{f} \right \}\)Here:
N = 140
N/2 = 70
cf > 70 is 140
Median class = 45-60
So, l = 45, h = 15, f = 50 and
cf = cf of preceding class i.e. 65
Substitute all the value in the above formula, we get
Median = 45 + {15 x (70-65)/50}
= 45 + 1.5
= 46.5
Therefore, median age of diabetic patients is 46.5 years.
Question 2: Compute the median from the following data:
Marks | 0-7 | 7-14 | 14-21 | 21-28 | 28-35 | 35-42 | 42-49 |
Number of students | 3 | 4 | 7 | 11 | 0 | 16 | 9 |
Solution:
Where cf = cumulative frequency
\(Median = I +\left \{ h\times\frac{\left ( \frac{N}{2} – cf\right )}{f} \right \}\)Here:
N = 50
N/2 = 25
Here cumulative frequency is 25
Median class = 21-28
So, l = 21, h =7, f = 11 and
cf = cf of preceding class i.e. 14
Substitute all the value in the above formula, we get
Median =21 + {7x (25-14)/11}
= 28
Question 3: The following table shows the daily wages of workers in a factory:
Daily wages (in Rs) | 0-100 | 100-200 | 200-300 | 300-400 | 400-500 |
Number of workers | 40 | 32 | 48 | 22 | 8 |
Find the median daily wage income of the workers.
Solution:
Where cf = cumulative frequency
\(Median = I +\left \{ h\times\frac{\left ( \frac{N}{2} – cf\right )}{f} \right \}\)Here:
N = 150
N/2 = 75
cf just greater than 75 is 120
Median class = 200-300
So, l = 200, h =100, f = 48 and
cf = cf of preceding class i.e. 72
Substitute all the value in the above formula, we get
Median =200+ {100 x (75-72)/48}
= 200 + 6.25
= 206.25
Median of daily wages is Rs. 206.25.
Question 4: Calculate the median from the following frequency distribution:
Solution:
Where cf = cumulative frequency
\(Median = I +\left \{ h\times\frac{\left ( \frac{N}{2} – cf\right )}{f} \right \}\)Here:
N = 49
N/2 = 24.5
cf just greater than 24.5 is 26
Median class = 15-20
So, l = 15, h = 5, f = 15 and
cf = cf of preceding class i.e. 11
Substitute all the value in the above formula, we get
Median = 15+ {5 x (24.5-11)/15}
= 15 + 4.5
= 19.5
Thus, median of frequency distribution is 19.5.
Question 5: Given below is the number of units of electricity consumed in a week in a certain locality:
Calculate the median.
Solution:
Where cf = cumulative frequency
\(Median = I +\left \{ h\times\frac{\left ( \frac{N}{2} – cf\right )}{f} \right \}\)Here:
N = 67
N/2 = 33.5
cf just greater than 33.5 is 42
Median class = 125-145
So, l = 125, h = 20, f = 20 and
cf = cf of preceding class i.e. 22
Substitute all the value in the above formula, we get
Median = 125+ {20 x (33.5-22)/20}
= 125 + 11.5
= 136.5
Thus, median of electricity consumed is 136.5.
Question 6: Calculate the median from the following data:
Solution:
Where cf = cumulative frequency
\(Median = I +\left \{ h\times\frac{\left ( \frac{N}{2} – cf\right )}{f} \right \}\)Here:
N = 100
N/2 = 50
cf just greater than 50 is 56
Median class = 150-155
So, l = 150, h = 5, f = 22 and
cf = cf of preceding class i.e. 34
Substitute all the value in the above formula, we get
Median = 150+ {5 x (50-34)/22}
= 150 + 3.64
= 153.64
Question 7: Calculate the missing frequency from the following distribution, it being given that the median of the distribution is 24.
Solution:
Let the missing frequency be x.
Median = 24
N/2 = (55+x)/2 = 27.5 + x/2
Median class = 20-30
l = 20, h = 10, f = x and cf = cf of preceding class i.e. 30
Using below formula:
\(Median = I +\left \{ h\times\frac{\left ( \frac{N}{2} – cf\right )}{f} \right \}\)â‡¨ 24 = 20 + {10 x (27.5+ x/2 – 30)/x}
â‡¨ 24x = 20x + 5x – 25
or x = 25
Missing frequency is 25.
Question 8: The median of the following data is 16. Find the missing frequencies a and b if the total of frequencies is 70.
Class | 0âˆ’5 | 5âˆ’10 | 10âˆ’15 | 15âˆ’20 | 20âˆ’25 | 25âˆ’30 | 30âˆ’35 | 35âˆ’40 |
Frequency | 12 | a | 12 | 15 | b | 6 | 6 | 4 |
Solution:
Here:
N = 70
N/2 = 35
Median = 16, Median class = 15-20
So, l = 15, h = 5, f = 15 and
cf = cf of preceding class i.e. 24+a
We know,
\(Median = I +\left \{ h\times\frac{\left ( \frac{N}{2} – cf\right )}{f} \right \}\)Substitute all the value in the above formula, we get
16 = 15 + {5x (35-24-a)/15}
â‡¨ 16 = 15 + (11-a)/3
or a = 8
Now, 70 = 55 + a + b
70 = 55 + 8 + b
â‡¨ b = 7
So, missing freqiuncies are 8 and 7.
Question 9: In the following data the median of the runs scored by 60 top batsmen of the world in one-day international cricket matches is 5000. Find the missing frequencies x and y.
Runs scored | 2500âˆ’3500 | 3500âˆ’4500 | 4500âˆ’5500 | 5500âˆ’6500 | 6500âˆ’7500 | 7500âˆ’8500 |
Number of batsmen | 5 | x | y | 12 | 6 | 2 |
Solution:
Here:
N = 60
N/2 = 30
Median = 5000, Median class = 4500-5500
So, l = 4500, h = 1000, f = y and
cf = cf of preceding class i.e. 5+x
We know,
\(Median = I +\left \{ h\times\frac{\left ( \frac{N}{2} – cf\right )}{f} \right \}\)Substitute all the value in the above formula, we get
5000 = 4500 + {1000 x (30-5-x)/y}
â‡¨ 500 = 1000 x (25-x)/y
â‡¨ 0.5 = (25-x)/y
â‡¨ x + 05.y = 25 …(1)
Again, from table
25 + x + y = 60
â‡¨ x + y = 35 â€¦(2)
Solving (1) and (2), we have
x = 15 and y = 20
Missing frequencies are 15 and 20.
Question 10: If the median of the following frequency distribution is 32.5, find the values of f1 and f2.
Class
interval |
0-10 | 10-20 | 20-30 | 30-40 | 40-50 | 50-60 | 60-70 | Total |
Frequency | f1 | 5 | 9 | 12 | f2 | 3 | 2 | 40 |
Solution:
Sum of all the frequencies = f1+ 5 + 9 +12 + f2 + 3 + 2 = 40 (given)
â‡¨ f1+ f2 = 9 â€¦(1)
Median is 32.5 lies in 30 â€“ 40, so the median class is 30 â€“ 40
N = 40
N/2 = 20
l = 30, h = 10, f = 12
cf = f1 + 5+9 = f1+14
We know,
\(Median = I +\left \{ h\times\frac{\left ( \frac{N}{2} – cf\right )}{f} \right \}\)Substitute all the value in the above formula, we get
32.5 = 30 + {10 x (20-f1-14)/12 }
â‡¨ 32.5 = 30 + (30-5f1)/6
â‡¨ 2.5 = (30-5f1)/6
or f1 = 3
From (1)
â‡¨ 3 + f2 = 9
â‡¨ f2 = 6
Exercise 18C
Question 1: Find the mode of the following frequency distribution:
Marks | 10âˆ’20 | 20âˆ’30 | 30âˆ’40 | 40âˆ’50 | 50âˆ’60 |
Frequency | 12 | 35 | 45 | 25 | 13 |
Solution:
Here:
Maximum class frequency is 45.
The class corresponding to Maximum class frequency is the modal class.
So, Modal class = 30 – 40
Lower limit = l = 30
Modal class size =h = 10
Frequency of class preceding the modal class =f0 = 35
Frequency of the modal class= f1 = 45
Frequency of class succeeding the modal =f2= 25
Mode formula is given by,
\(Mode = I +\left ( \frac{f_{1}-f_{0}}{2f_{1}-f_{0}-f_{2}} \right )\times h\) \(Mode = 30 +\left ( \frac{45-35}{2\times 45-35-25} \right )\times 10\)= 30 + 100/30
= 33.33
Question 2: Compute the mode of the following data:
Class | 0âˆ’20 | 20âˆ’40 | 40âˆ’60 | 60âˆ’80 | 80âˆ’100 |
Frequency | 25 | 16 | 28 | 20 | 5 |
Solution:
Here:
Maximum class frequency = 28
The class corresponding to Maximum class frequency is the modal class.
So, Modal class = 40-60
Lower limit = l = 40
Modal class size =h = 20
Frequency of class preceding the modal class =f0 = 16
Frequency of the modal class= f1 = 28
Frequency of class succeeding the modal =f2= 20
Mode formula is given by,
\(Mode = I +\left ( \frac{f_{1}-f_{0}}{2f_{1}-f_{0}-f_{2}} \right )\times h\) \(Mode = 40 +\left ( \frac{28-16}{2\times 28-16-20} \right )\times 20\)= 40 + 12/20 x 12
= 52
Question 3: Heights of students of Class X are given in the following frequency distribution:
Height (in cm) | 150âˆ’155 | 155âˆ’160 | 160âˆ’165 | 165âˆ’170 | 170âˆ’175 |
Number of students | 15 | 8 | 20 | 12 | 5 |
Find the modal height. Also, find the mean height. Compare and interpret the two measures of central tendency.
Solution:
Here:
Maximum class frequency = 20
The class corresponding to Maximum class frequency is the modal class.
So, Modal class = 160-165
Lower limit = l = 160
Modal class size =h = 5
Frequency of class preceding the modal class =f0 = 8
Frequency of the modal class= f1 = 20
Frequency of class succeeding the modal =f2= 12
Mode formula is given by,
\(Mode = I +\left ( \frac{f_{1}-f_{0}}{2f_{1}-f_{0}-f_{2}} \right )\times h\) \(Mode = 160 +\left ( \frac{20-8}{2\times 20-8-12} \right )\times 5\)= 160 + 12/20 x 5
= 163
The modal height is 163 cm, which implies maximum number of students have model height 163 cm
Use Direct Method to find the mean:
= 9670/60
= 161.17
Mean is 161.17
Thus, 161.7 cm is the average height of all the students.
Question 4: Find the mode of the following distribution:
Class interval | 10-14 | 14-18 | 18-22 | 22-26 | 26-30 | 30-34 | 34-38 | 38-42 |
Frequency | 8 | 6 | 11 | 20 | 25 | 22 | 10 | 4 |
Solution:
Here:
Maximum class frequency = 25
The class corresponding to Maximum class frequency is the modal class.
So, Modal class = 26-30
Lower limit = l = 26
Modal class size =h = 4
Frequency of class preceding the modal class =f0 = 20
Frequency of the modal class= f1 = 25
Frequency of class succeeding the modal =f2= 22
Mode formula is given by,
\(Mode = I +\left ( \frac{f_{1}-f_{0}}{2f_{1}-f_{0}-f_{2}} \right )\times h\) \(Mode = 26 +\left ( \frac{25-20}{2\times 25-20-22} \right )\times 4\)= 26 + 5/8 x 4
= 28.5
Question 5: Given below is the distribution of total household expenditure of 200 manual workers in a city:
Expenditure (in Rs) | 1000-1500 | 1500-2000 | 2000-2500 | 2500-3000 | 3000-3500 | 3500-4000 | 4000-4500 | 4500-5000 |
No. of manual workers | 24 | 40 | 31 | 28 | 32 | 23 | 17 | 5 |
Find the expenditure done by maximum number of manual workers.
Solution:
Here:
Maximum class frequency = 40
The class corresponding to Maximum class frequency is the modal class.
So, Modal class = 1500-2000
Lower limit = l = 1500
Modal class size =h = 500
Frequency of class preceding the modal class =f0 = 24
Frequency of the modal class= f1 = 40
Frequency of class succeeding the modal =f2= 31
Mode formula is given by,
\(Mode = I +\left ( \frac{f_{1}-f_{0}}{2f_{1}-f_{0}-f_{2}} \right )\times h\) \(Mode = 1500 +\left ( \frac{40-24}{2\times 40-24-31} \right )\times 10\)= 1500 + 16/25 x 500
= 1820
Exercise 18D
Question 1: Find the mean, mode and median of the following frequency distribution.
Class | 0âˆ’10 | 10âˆ’20 | 20âˆ’30 | 30âˆ’40 | 40âˆ’50 | 50âˆ’60 | 60âˆ’70 |
Frequency | 5 | 10 | 18 | 30 | 20 | 12 | 5 |
Solution:
Let assumed mean be 35, h = 10.
Question 2: Find the mean, mode and median of the following data:
Class | 0âˆ’20 | 20âˆ’40 | 40âˆ’60 | 60âˆ’80 | 80âˆ’100 | 100âˆ’120 | 120âˆ’140 |
Frequency | 6 | 8 | 10 | 12 | 6 | 5 | 3 |
Solution:
Question 3: Find the mean, median and mode of the following data:
Class | 0âˆ’50 | 50âˆ’100 | 100âˆ’150 | 150âˆ’200 | 200âˆ’250 | 250âˆ’300 | 300âˆ’350 |
Frequency | 2 | 3 | 5 | 6 | 5 | 3 | 1 |
Solution:
Question 4: Find the mode, median and mean for the following data:
Marks obtained | 25âˆ’35 | 35âˆ’45 | 45âˆ’55 | 55âˆ’65 | 65âˆ’75 | 75âˆ’85 |
Number of students | 7 | 31 | 33 | 17 | 11 | 1 |
Solution:
Question 5: A survey regarding the heights (in cm) of 50 girls of a class was conducted and the following data was obtained:
Height (in cm) | 120-130 | 130-140 | 140-150 | 150-160 | 160-170 | Total |
Number of girls | 2 | 8 | 12 | 20 | 8 | 50 |
Find the mean, median and mode of the above data.
Solution:
Assumed mean A = 145
Class interval = h = 10
Question 6: The following table gives the daily income of 50 workers of a factory:
Daily income (in Rs | 100-120 | 120-140 | 140-160 | 160-180 | 180-200 |
Number of workers | 12 | 14 | 8 | 6 | 10 |
Find the mean, mode and median of the above data.
Solution:
Question 7: The table below shows the daily expenditure of food of 30 households in a locality:
Find the mean and median daily expenditure on food.
Solution:
Let assumed mean = 225 and h = 50
Exercise 18E
Question 1: Find the median of the following data by making a â€˜less than ogiveâ€™.
Marks | 0âˆ’10 | 10âˆ’20 | 20âˆ’30 | 30âˆ’40 | 40âˆ’50 | 50âˆ’60 | 60âˆ’70 | 70âˆ’80 | 80âˆ’90 | 90âˆ’100 |
Number of students | 5 | 3 | 4 | 3 | 3 | 4 | 7 | 9 | 7 | 8 |
Solution:
Plot points: (10, 5), (20, 8), (30, 12), (40, 15), (50, 18), (60, 22), (70, 29), (80, 38), (90, 45) and (100, 53) to get the â€˜less than typeâ€™ ogive as follows:
From frequency table, N = 53
N/2 = 26.5
Mark y = 26.5 on y-axis
Through A, draw a horizontal line meeting the curve at P.
Through P, a vertical line is drawn which meets OX at M.
OM = 68 units
Hence, median = 68
Question 2: The given distribution shows the number of wickets taken by the bowlers in one-day international cricket matches:
Number of wickets | Less than 15 | Less than 30 | Less than 45 | Less than 60 | Less than 75 | Less than 90 | Less than 105 | Less than 120 |
Number of bowlers | 2 | 5 | 9 | 17 | 39 | 54 | 70 | 80 |
Draw a â€˜less than typeâ€™ ogive from the above data. Find the median.
Solution:
Plot points on graph:
(15, 2), (30, 5), (45, 9), (60, 17), (75, 39), (90, 54), (105, 70) and (120, 80) to get the â€˜less than typeâ€™ ogive as follows:
From frequency table, N = 80, â‡¨ N/2 = 40
At y = 40,
Draw a horizontal line meeting the curve at P, AP
Draw a vertical line from point P which is parallel to y-axis and meets OX at Aâ€™.
OA’ = 77 units
Median number of wickets = 77
Question 3: Draw a â€˜more thanâ€™ ogive for the data given below which gives the marks of 100 students.
Marks | 0âˆ’10 | 10âˆ’20 | 20âˆ’30 | 30âˆ’40 | 40âˆ’50 | 50âˆ’60 | 60âˆ’70 | 70âˆ’80 |
Number of students | 4 | 6 | 10 | 10 | 25 | 22 | 18 | 5 |
Solution:
Plot points on the graph:
(0, 100), (10, 96), (20, 90), (30, 80), (40, 70), (50, 45), (60, 23) and (70, 5) to get the â€˜more than typeâ€™ ogive as follows:
From frequency table, N = 100 â‡¨ N/2 = 50.
At y = 50
Draw a horizontal line meeting the curve at P, AP
Draw a vertical line from point P which is parallel to y-axis and meets OX at M.
OM = 47 units
Median marks = 47
Question 4:The height of 50 girls of class X of a school are recorded as follows:
Height (in cm) | 135âˆ’140 | 140âˆ’145 | 145âˆ’150 | 150âˆ’155 | 155âˆ’160 | 160âˆ’165 |
Number of girls | 5 | 8 | 19 | 12 | 14 | 2 |
Draw a â€˜more than typeâ€™ ogive for the above data.
Solution:
Plot the points on the graph:
(135, 50), (140, 45), (145, 37), (150, 28), (155, 16) and (160, 2) to get the â€˜more than typeâ€™ ogive as follows:
From frequency table, N = 50 â‡¨ N/2 = 25
At y = 25
Draw a horizontal line meeting the curve at P, AP
Draw a vertical line from point P which is parallel to y-axis and meets OX at M.
OM = 151 units
Median height = 151 cm
Question 5: The monthly consumption of electricity (in units) of some families of a locality is given in the following frequency distribution:
Monthly consumption (in units) | 140âˆ’160 | 160âˆ’180 | 180âˆ’200 | 200âˆ’220 | 220âˆ’240 | 240âˆ’260 | 260âˆ’280 |
Number of families | 3 | 8 | 15 | 40 | 50 | 30 | 10 |
Prepare a â€˜more than typeâ€™ ogive for the following frequency distribution.
Solution:
Plot the points on the graph:
(140, 156), (160, 153), (180, 145), (200, 130), (220, 90), (240, 40) and (260, 10) to get the â€˜more than typeâ€™ ogive as follows:
From frequency table, N = 156 â‡¨ N/2 = 78
At y = 78
Draw a horizontal line meeting the curve at P, AP
Draw a vertical line from point P which is parallel to y-axis and meets OX at M.
OM = 226 units
Median consumption of electricity = 226 units
R S Aggarwal Solutions for Chapter 18 Mean, Median, Mode of Grouped Data, Cumulative Frequency Graph and Ogive Topics:
In this chapter students will study important concepts on Mean, Median, Mode of Grouped Data, Cumulative Frequency Graph and Ogive as listed below:
- Mean of grouped data – Direct Method
- Mean of grouped data – Assumed-Mean Method
- Mean of grouped data – Step derivation method
- Mathematical derivation of assumed mean formula
- Mathematical derivation of step derivation method
- Mean for an inclusive series
- Median for grouped data
- Mode of Grouped Data
- Measures of central tendency
- Cumulative Frequency Curve
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