Bharathiar University MBA 1st YearQuantitative Techniques for Management Papers
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Paper Pattern:
The paper of Quantitative Techniques for management is a technical paper and questions asked are of long answer type in this paper. Total questions asked are 8 and 5 questions are required to be attempted from it. The paper contains questions of different pattern, some questions are required to be solved with help of diagram and questions are also asked as the data based numerical. All questions are of equal marks. Some questions have subquestions in the paper. Some problems are of very descriptive type and required a good sketch.
Frequently asked questions:
The paper contains questions of very descriptive type as well as numerical questions are asked in the paper, some data based questions are also asked in the paper. Questions asked are such as EMV criterion with a decision tree, addition and multiplication rules of probability, concepts of theoretical probability distributions and their characteristics, Linear Programming, waiting line model, costs involved in an inventory problem, critical path and duration in an adjoining precedence etc.
Total marks and time allotted:
Total marks which can be obtained in this paper is 100 and duration for the paper is 3 hours only. Each question is of equal marks, i.e. each question is of 20 marks. In numerical questions, marks are divided into subquestions.
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 Quantitative Techniques for Management by S Jaisankar
 Quantitative Methods for Management by TMH

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The Following table given the these scores and sales be nine salesman during last one year in a
certain firm :
Text scores 14 19 24 21 26 22 15 20 19
Sales ( in 000′Rupees) 31 36 48 37 50 45 33 41 39
Compute the Karl Praeson’s Coefficient of Correlation and interpret the result. (ISC 1993)
x y dx = x  20 dy = y  40 dxdy dx
2 dy
2
14
19
24
21
26
22
15
20
19
31
36
48
37
50
45
33
41
39
6
1
4
1
6
2
5
0
1
9
4
8
3
10
5
7
1
1
54
4
32
3
60
10
35
0
1
36
1
16
1
36
4
25
0
1
81
16
64
9
100
25
49
1
1
x = 180 y = 180 dxdy = 93 dx
2 = 120 dy
2 = 346
.Find the probability of drawing a diamond card in each of the consecutive draws from a well
shuffled pack of cards,if the card drawn is not replaced after the first draw.
A bag contain 5 white , 7 red and 8 black balls. If four balls are drawn one by one without
replacement, find the probability of getting all white balls.