Applications of Matrices and Determinants
Integral Calculus – 1
Integral Calculus – 2
Random Variable and Mathematical Expectation
Sampling Techniques and Statistical Inference
- Methods of interpolation
- Graphical method
- Algebraic method
- Lagrange’s interpolation formula
Using graphic method, find the value of y when x = 48 from the following data:
The following data relates to indirect labour expenses and the level of output
|Units of output||200||300||400|
|Units of output||640||540||580|
Estimate the expenses at a level of output of 350 units, by using graphic method.
Using Newton’s forward interpolation formula find the cubic polynomial.
The population of a city in a censes taken once in 10 years is given below. Estimate the population in the year 1955.
In an examination the number of candidates who secured marks between certain intervals was as follows:
|Marks||0 - 19||20 - 39||40 - 59||60 - 79||80 - 99|
Estimate the number of candidates whose marks are less than 70.
Find the value of f(x) when x = 32 from the following table:
The following data gives the melting point of a alloy of lead and zinc where ‘t’ is the temperature in degree c and P is the percentage of lead in the alloy.
Find the melting point of the alloy containing 84 percent lead.
Find f(2.8) from the following table: