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 Linear Equations in Two Variables
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 Simple Situational Problems
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 Pair of Linear Equations in Two Variables
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 Quadratic Equations
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 Solutions of Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square
 Formula for Solving a Quadratic Equation
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 Introduction to Sequence
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 Arithmetic Progression
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 Sum of First n Terms of an AP
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 Arithmetic Mean  Raw Data
 Terms in a sequence
 Concept of Ratio
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 Type of Event  Elementry
 Type of Event  Complementry
 Type of Event  Exclusive
 Type of Event  Exhaustive
 Equally Likely Outcomes
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 Concept Or Properties of Probability
 Addition Theorem
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 Tabulation of Data
 Inclusive and Exclusive Type of Tables
 Median of Grouped Data
 Mean of Grouped Data
 Graphical Representation of Data as Histograms
 Frequency Polygon
 Concept of Pie Graph (Or a Circlegraph)
 Concept of Pie Graph (Or a Circlegraph)
 Ogives (Cumulative Frequency Graphs)
 Applications of Ogives in Determination of Median
 Relation Between Measures of Central Tendency
 Introduction to Normal Distribution
 Properties of Normal Distribution
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 Mode of Grouped Data
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In the following table, the toll paid by drivers and the number of vehicles is shown. Find the mean of the toll by 'assumed mean' method.
Toll (Rupees)  300  400  400  500  500  600  600  700  700  800 
No. of vehicles  80  110  120  70  40 
A milk centre sold milk to 50 customers. The table below gives the number of customers and the milk they purchased. Find the mean of the milk sold by direct method.
Milk Sold (Litre)  1  2  2  3  3  4  4  5  5  6 
No. of Customers  17  13  10  7  3 
A frequency distribution table for the production of oranges of some farm owners is given below. Find the mean production of oranges by 'assumed mean' method.
Production
(Thousand rupees)

25  30  30  35  35  40  40  45  45  50 
No. of Customers  20  25  15  10  10 
The following data shows the number of students using different modes of transport:
Modes of Transport  Number of Students 
Bicycle  140 
Bus  100 
Walk  70 
Train  40 
Car  10 
From this table, find the central angle (θ) for the Mode of Transport ‘Bus’.
The following frequency distribution table shows the distances travelled by some rickshaws in a day. Observe the table and answer the following questions
Class (daily distance travelled in km)  continuous classes  Frequency (no.of. rickshaws)  Cumulative frequency less than type 
60  64  59.5  64.5  10  10 
65  69  64.5 69.5  34  10+34=44 
70  74  69.5  74.5  58  44+58=102 
75  79  74.5  79.5  82  102+82=184 
80  84  79.5  84.5  10  184+10=194 
85  89  84.5  89.5  6  194+6=200 
1) Which is the modal class? Why?
2) Which is the median class and why?
3) Write the cumulative frequency (C.F) of the class preceding the median class.
4) What is the class interval (h) to calculate median?