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UNIT-I (Sampling Theory)

**10 Marks Questions:**

- Explain the principle steps in a sample survey.[ANU-17,19]
- What are sampling and non-sampling errors? Describe the sources of non-sampling errors.
- What are sampling and non-sampling errors? Distinguish between probability and non-probability sampling methods.[ANU-17]
- What are the types of sampling techniques and explain.[ANU-19]
- What are the main steps involved in a sample theory. Discuss them briefly.
- Explain the sources of errors in a sample survey and describe how there can be controlled.[ANU-18]
- Explain sampling and describe censuses versus sampling survey. Also write advantages and disadvantages of sampling over census.[ANU-18]
- write the procedure of draw random samples from binomial population by using random numbers.

**5 Marks question**

- In what respects sample survey is superior to a census survey? (OR)
- What are the advantages of sampling over census.[ANU-17,18,19]
- Explain purpossive sampling. What are its merits and demerits?[ANU-17]
- Define population and types of population.
- What are the requirements of a good sample.
- Explain the methods of drawing a simple random sample.[ANU-17,18]
- What are the reason for sampling biases.
- Define random sampling. why is it preferred to other methods of selection of sample.
- What are the advantages and limitations of sampling?
- Explain the term i) sample unit ii) Statistics iii) Parameters iv) population v) sampling distribution
- Explain the method of estimating stratified random sampling.
- Explain the concept of complete census.
- Explain the role of sampling frame in conducting a sample survey.
- Explain the sources of errors in a sample survey.[ANU-19]
- Explain the method of simple random sampling. Show that sample mean is an unbiased estimator of population mean.

UNIT-II (Simple Random Sampling)

** 10 Marks questions**

- With usual notation, show that V(yn)=(1-f)s2/n in SRSWOR.
- In SRSWOR show that E(S2)=Ïƒ2.
- In SRSWOR show that E(S2)=S2.
- Describe the methods of selection of a simple random sample.[ANU-18]
- Prove that V(yn)=N-n/N.S2/n
- In simple random sampling without replacement, Show that the variance of sample mean is given by V(yn)=N-n/N.S2/n [ANU-19]
- In simple random sampling without replacement, derive its standard error.[ANU-19]
- Explain the SRSWOR and SRSWR and also discuss the selection procedure for obtaining a simple random sample by lottery method.
- Explain random number techniques for obtaining a SRS.
- In SRSWOR, Show that sample mean is an unbiased estimate of population mean. Derive its standard error.
- In SRSWOR, Show that sample mean square is an unbiased estimate of population mean.
- Explain the method of SRS. Also obtain variance of sampling in case of SRSWOR.[ANU-18]
- Explain simple random sampling. Describe the methods of drawing an SRS.
- In SRSWOR, the variance of the sample mean is given by Var(yn)=Sv/n(N-n/N)
- Derive an expression to find the variance of sample means in SRSWR. Also compare the variance in SRSWOR and SRSWR.
- Define simple random sampling. Explain the merits and demerits of a simple random sampling.
- Obtain an unbiased estimation of population mean SRSWOR.[ANU-17]
- In SRSWOR obtain the variance of the sample means.[ANU-17]

**5 Marks Questions**

- In SRSWR obtain variance of sample mean.
- Sate advantages and disadvantages of simple random sampling.
- Distinguish between SRSWOR and SRSWR.[ANU-18]
- Show that E(yst)=YN
- Obtain the expression for Var(Yst).
- Find the variance of the mean of SRS from a finite population.
- what are the Random number tables and their uses.
- In SRSWOR, Show that sample mean square coefficient is an unbiased estimate of population mean.
- Explain simple random sampling (a) With Replacement b) without replacement with suitable examples.

UNIT-III ( Stratified random sampling and Systematic sampling)

** 10 Marks Questions**

- Explain stratified random sampling with proportional and optimum allocation. Obtain the variances of the estimated mean in proportional and optimum allocation.
- In the usual notation prove that V(yst)<=V(Ysys)r<=V(Yn)R [ANU-17,19]
- Show that V(Yst)Ney<=V(Yst)Prop<=V(Yn)Ran
- Explain stratified random sampling. Give it's advantages and disadvantages.
- In Neyman's optimum allocation, show that ni ∝NiSi [ANU-19]
- In the usual notation show that V(Yst)p>=V(Yst)N [ANU-17]
- Define stratified random sampling, explain the need of stratification.
- what is stratified random sampling? Discuss and proportional allocation in stratified random sampling.
- Obtain the variance of the estimated mean in stratified random sampling with proportional and optimum allocations.
- Compare the variance in simple, stratified and systematic random sampling methods.

**5 Marks Questions**

- Explain stratified random sampling. Give any four of its applications.
- Define systematic sampling. What are its advantages, disadvantages and applications?[ANU-17]
- Derive the variance of stratified random sampling.
- Explain the concept of systematic sampling.
- Explain stratified random sampling. What are it's merits and demerits?[ANU-17]
- Explain proportional allocation.
- Explain the need for stratification.[ANU-19]
- what are the advantages of stratified sampling over simple random sampling?
- How do you estimate population mean in proportional allocation?[ANU-18]
- Explain Cochran's theorem.[ANU-18]

UNIT-III (Analysis of Variance)

**10 Marks Questions**

- Define ANOVA one way classification. write the statistical analysis of ANOVA one way classification.
- Explain principles of design of experiments.
- Explain the statistical analysis of two way classification.[ANU-18]
- Explain the statistical analysis of one way classification.[ANU-19]
- Explain the method of estimating of parameter in ANOVA two way classification.
- Explain the method of estimating of parameter in ANOVA one way classification.
- Explain the ANOVA one-way classification
- Explain the statistical analysis of one-way analysis of variance with unequal classification.[ANU-18].
- Explain the statistical analysis of one-way analysis of variance with equal classification
- what is the differences between " Variability within classes" and " Variability between classes"? Explain with suitable examples.
- Explain the advantages and disadvantages of ANOVA. [ANU-19]
- Explain in brief about the ANOVA for two-way classification data with single observation per cell.
- Explain the mathematical model of one-way ANOVA. Obtain the expectations of various sums of squares.[ANU-17]
- Explain the mathematical model of two-way ANOVA. Obtain the expectations of various sums of squares.[ANU-17]

**5 Marks Questions**

- Define ANOVA with assumptions.
- Explain the necessity of ANOVA.
- Define ANOVA. Bring out the main differences between analysis for one-way and two-way classification data.[ANU-18]

UNIT-V (design of experiments)

**10 Marks Questions**

- Explain the statistical analysis of R.B.D with one missing observation.[ANU-17]
- Explain the statistical analysis of L.S.D . Obtain the relative efficiency of LSD over CRD.
- Derive the efficiency of a LSD as compared to a CRD.
- Explain L.S.D. Explain its analysis.[ANU-17]
- Explain the principle of an experimental design.[ANU-18]
- Discuss the efficiency of RBD and CRD and that of LSD over RBD and CRD.[ANU-19,18]
- Explain the analysis of Randomized Block design.[ANU-19]
- Explain missing plot technique in LSD.
- Explain layout of RBD and its statistical analysis.

**5 Marks Questions**

- Explain the principles of experimental designs.[ANU-17]
- Explain the concept of factorial experiment and its advantages.[ANU-17]
- Write advantages of C.R.D.

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