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Model Practical

BA5211 : Data Analysis and Business Modeling


1. Calculate the frequency distribution. Create a data file with the following variables.
Label for the variables
Age: 1 (< 20), 2 (20-25), 3(26-30), 4 (31-40), 5 (>40).
Gender: 1 (Female), 2(Male).
Education: 1 – High school, 2 – Graduate in Arts and Science degree, 3- Graduate in Professional degree, 4-
Post graduate degree.
Enter your own data set (minimum 10 data set) in the data view of SPSS than Calculate the frequency
distribution. Graphically represent the variables in the form of Bar Chart.

2. The height of males and the height of females were compared


Research question: Does height create a significant difference between the male and female.
Analyze the problem using independent sample test.
Male = 11; Female = 22
Gender 11 11 22 11 22 11 22 11 22 11 11 22 11 22 11 11 22 22 11 22
Height 160 166 166 169 160 166 161 168 168 160 161 169 163 168 166 166 160 162 169 166

3. Twenty students have taken their common entrance test after their graduation. The selection committee wants to
see the relationship between the scores of CET and the percentage achieved in graduation through correlation
analysis.
Frame a hypothesis and show the type of relationship (positive or negative relationship) between the variables.
CET Scores 63 63 68 61 63 68 90 92 93 99 100 68 83 89 80
% in UG degree 74 85 76 67 78 72 78 91 93 93 91 85 76 77 68

4. A researcher wants to compare the pretest scores and posttest scores of students who has undergone training in
an institution.
Research Question is: Does the training have any impact in the scores of the students. Analyze the problem using
paired sample T test.
pretest 55 56 59 60 68 66 65 63 66 66
posttest 90 97 100 105 110 124 114 122 125 126
5. Find the feasible solution for the transportation problem using North –West Corner rule:
From / To D E F Supply
A 5 4 1 50
B 3 8 7 40
C 4 4 2 60
Demand 25 90 35 150

6. Gupta wants to compare the scores of CBSE students from four metro cities of India i.e Delhi, Kolkata,
Mumbai, Chennai. He Obtained 10 participant scores based on random sampling from each of the four
metro cities, Collecting 30 responses. He made the following hypothesis.
Use One – way between groups ANOVA.
Label For City : 1 – Delhi , 2 – Kolkata, 3-Mumbai
City Scores of the Student
1 300 350 399 380 395 200 250 256 169 198
2 289 298 299 398 357 300 200 198 269 248
3 388 369 325 350 299 285 199 198 289 290
7. Determine the initial basic feasible solution to the following transportation problem using
a) The least cost method
b) The Vogel’s approximation method
Sources/
D1 D2 D3 D4 Supply
Destination
S1 1 2 1 4 350
S2 3 3 2 1 450
S3 4 2 5 9 200
Demand 250 350 300 100

8. Networking Models
a. Find the critical path.
b. Calculate the project duration.
A project schedule has the following characteristics as shown in Table given below
Activity Name Time (days)

1-2 A 4
1-3 B 1
2-4 C 1
3-4 D 1
3-5 E 6
4-5 F 5

9. R and D project has a list of tasks to be performed whose time estimates are given in the table. Draw the
network diagram for the R&D project.

Activity Activity name Time (days) - To Time (days) - Tm Time (days) - TP

1-2 A 4 6 8
1-3 B 2 3 10
1-4 C 6 8 16
2-4 D 1 2 3
3-4 E 6 7 8
3-5 F 6 7 14
4-5 G 3 5 7

10. Deepak wants to know the sales in four different cities of Tamil Nadu in Diwali Season. He assumes the
sales contrast of 5: 3: 4: -4 for Thanjavur: Trichy: Chennai: Madurai, respectively. He collects sales data
from 10 respondents each from the four cities, collecting a total of 40 sales data.
City Sales in (Rs Crores)
Thanjavur - 50,48,47,49,40,42,50,98,86,69
Trichy - 40,38,43,38,39,87,69,48,41,40
Chennai - 41,10,89,39,36,39,49,29,59,40
Madurai - 28,29,59,99,39,34,30,31,29,39
Frame the required hypothesis, Analyses through One-way between groups ANOVA with planned
comparisons, Calculate F ratio along with Post Hoc analysis.
11. Solve the following linear programming problem using Simplex Method.
Maximize Z = 6 X1 + 8 X2
Subject to
5X1 + 10 X2 < 60
4X1 + 4 X2 < 40
X1, X2 > 0

12. Showroom manager compares the laptop sales for the year in two parts. He wants to compare the sales
of first half and second half of the year. He recorded the sales from 20 showrooms and saved their sales
in Rs. Lacs. Apply Wilcoxon signed-rank test of non-parametric , paired-test to prove the hypothesis.
Null hypothesis: There exists no significant difference in the showroom sales for the first and second
half of the year.
Alternative hypothesis: There exists significant difference in the showroom sales for the first and
second half of the year.
Sale 1 (Rs Lacs) 10 20 25 50 45 30 50 60 100 20 50 90 60 40 20 45 65 56 38 28
Sale 2 (Rs Lacs) 20 50 60 35 65 90 110 25 20 35 64 69 95 85 76 68 59 120 60 30

13. The sales of two retails stores of Delhi(store1) and Mumbai(store2) are compared by ganesh. The sales
are in Rs.Lacs. There are 20 respondents, 10 from each store. Apply Mann – Whitney nonparametric t-test
of independent groups to prove the hypothesis
Null hypothesis: There exists no significant difference in the sales of two retails shop
Alternative hypothesis: There exists significant difference in the sales of two retails shop.
RETAIL
STORE 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 2
SALES 40 30 60 45 55 25 60 80 100 20 10 80 85 90 120 85 60 55 56 25

14. Deepak wants to know the sales in four different cities of India in Christmas Season. He assumes the sales
contrast of 5: 3: 4: -4 for Delhi: Bangalore: Mumbai: Hyderabad, respectively. He collects sales data from
10 respondents each from the four cities, collecting a total of 40 sales data.
City Sales in (Rs Crores)
Delhi - 50,48,47,49,40,42,50,98,86,69
Bangalore - 40,38,43,38,39,87,69,48,41,40
Mumbai - 41,10,89,39,36,39,49,29,59,40
Hyderabad - 28,29,59,99,39,34,30,31,29,39
Frame the required hypothesis, Analyses through One-way between groups ANOVA with planned
comparisons, Calculate F ratio along with Post Hoc analysis.