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GGSIPU (BBA) QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUE – 2ND SEMESTER

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UNIT 1 Statistics

1 Statistics: Definition, Importance, Limitation VIEW
2 Collection of Data and Formation of Frequency Distribution VIEW
3 Graphical Representation of Frequency Distribution VIEW
4 Measures of Central Tendency- Mean, Median, and Mode VIEW
5 Partition Values- Quartile, Deciles, Percentiles VIEW
6 Measures of Variation- Range, IQR VIEW
7 Quartile Deviation VIEW
8 Standard Deviation VIEW
9 Lorenz Curve VIEW
UNIT 2 Correlation Analysis
1 Correlation Coefficient, Assumptions of Correlation Coefficient VIEW
2 Coefficient of Determination and Correlation VIEW
3 Measurement of Correlation – Karl Pearson’s Method, Spearman Rank Correlation VIEW
4 Regression- Meaning, Assumption, Regression Line VIEW
5 Ordinary Least Square Method of Regression VIEW
6 Pitfalls and Limitations Associated With Regression and Correlation Analysis VIEW
UNIT 3 Linear Programming
1 Concept and Assumptions Usage in Business Decision Making VIEW
2 Linear Programming Problem VIEW
3 Formulation of Linear Programming VIEW
4 Methods of Solving- Graphical and Simplex VIEW
5 Duality- Concepts, Significance VIEW
UNIT 4 Transportation And Assignment Problems
1 General Structure of Transportation Problem VIEW
2 Different Types Methods for Finding Initial Solution by North – West Corner Rule, Least Cost Method and Vogal Approximation Method VIEW
3 Testing For Optimality VIEW
4 Assignment Problem- Hungarian Assignment Methods VIEW
5 Unbalanced Assignment Problems VIEW
6 Restriction in Assignment VIEW
7 Travelling Salesman Model VIEW
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