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## B.Com 1st Year Indian Statistic Long Notes

B.Com 1st Year Indian Statistic Long Notes :- LONG ANSWER QUESTIONS Q.1. What are the different methods for estimating national income?  Ans. The different methods for estimating natioulterent methods for estimating national income depends upon the availability of statistics. The popularly known methods are: 1. Output Method or Inventory Method:…

## B.Com 1st Year Indian Statistic Short Notes

B.Com 1st Year Indian Statistic Short Notes :- SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONSÂ  Q.1. Define national income. Discuss its utility.  Ans. National income is defined as the net total of commodities and services that are produced by the people comprising a nation. It is the money value of the flow of commodities…

## B.Com 1st 2nd 3rd Year Notes Books English To Hindi Download Free PDF

B.Com 1st 2nd 3rd Year Notes Books English To Hindi Download Free PDF :- This Post has Study Notes Of All Subject of BCOM First Year Study Material Notes Sample Model Practice Question Answer Mock Test Paper Examination Papers Notes Download Online Free PDF This Post Contains All Subjects Like…

## BCom 1st Year Analysis Of Time Series Notes

BCom 1st Year Analysis Of Time Series Notes :- Section A SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS  Q.1. Explain the meaning and importance of time series. Or What is meant by time series?  Ans. Meaning of Time Series: An arrangement of statistical data in accor occurrence or in a chronological order is called…

## BCom 1st Year Correlation Long Question Answer Notes

BCom 1st Year Correlation Long Question Answer Notes :- Q.1 What is correlation? What are the types of correlation? Discuss the degree of correlation. Or Explain the meaning and significance of the concept of correlation. Give the general rules for interpreting its coefficient. Or What is meant by correlation? Does…

## BCom 1st Year Correlation Short Question Answer Notes

BCom 1st Year Correlation Short Question Answer Notes :- SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS  Q.1. What do you mean by correlation? Why is it important? Ans. Correlation is the relationship between two such variables in which the values of the other variables also change with the change in the values of one…

## BCom 1st Year Dispersion And Skewness Long Notes

BCom 1st Year Dispersion And Skewness Long Notes :- Q. 1 Discuse objects and importance of dispersion. What are the characteristics for a satisfactory measure of dispersion ? Or What do you mean by dispersion? How is it measured? Distingulsh clearly between dispersion and skewness. Ans. Dispersion:  Dispersion literally means…