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Choose the correct alternative:

Price Index Number by using Weighted Aggregate Method is given by

Options

  • `(sum"p"_1"q")/(sum"p"_0"q") xx 100`

  • `sum"p"_1"w" xx 100`

  • `(sum"p"_1"w")/(sum"p"_0"w") xx 100`

  • `(sum"p"_0"w")/(sum"p"_1"w") xx 100`

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Solution

`(sum"p"_1"w")/(sum"p"_0"w") xx 100`

Concept: Construction of Index Numbers - Weighted Aggregate Method
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Chapter 2.5: Index Numbers - Q.1

RELATED QUESTIONS

Calculate Laspeyre’s, Paasche’s, Dorbish-Bowley’s, and MarshallEdgeworth’s Price index numbers.

Commodity Base Year Current Year
Price Quantity Price Quantity
A 8 20 11 15
B 7 10 12 10
C 3 30 5 25
D 2 50 4 35

Calculate Walsh’s Price Index Number.

Commodity Base Year Current Year
Price Quantity Price Quantity
L 4 16 3 19
M 6 16 8 14
N 8 28 7 32

Calculate Walsh’s Price Index Number.

Commodity Base Year Current Year
Price Quantity Price Quantity
I 10 12 20 9
II 20 4 25 8
III 30 13 40 27
IV 60 29 75 36

Given that Laspeyre’s and Dorbish-Bowley’s Price Index Numbers are 160.32 and 164.18 respectively, find Paasche’s Price Index Number.


Given that ∑ p0q0 = 220, ∑ p0q1 = 380, ∑ p1q1 = 350 and MarshallEdgeworth’s Price Index Number is 150, find Laspeyre’s Price Index Number.


Fill in the blank :

Marshall-Edgeworth’s Price Index Number is given by _______.


State whether the following is True or False :

`(1)/(2)[sqrt((sum"p"_1"q"_0)/(sum"p"_0"q"_0)) + sqrt("p"_1"q"_1)/(sqrt("p"_0"q"_1))] xx 100` is Fisher’s Price Index Number.


`(sum"p"_0sqrt("q"_0"q"_1))/(sum"p"_1sqrt("q"_0"q"_1)) xx 100` is Walsh’s Price Index Number.


State whether the following is True or False :

`sqrt(("p"_1"q"_0)/(sum"p"_0"q"_0)) xx sqrt((sum"p"_1"q"_1)/(sum"p"_0"q"_1)) xx 100` is Fisher’s Price Index Number.


Solve the following problem :

If `sum"p_"0"q"_0 = 120, sum "p"_0"q"_1 = 160, sum "p"_1"q"_1 = 140, and sum "p"_1"q"+0` = 200, find Laspeyre’s, Paasche’s Dorbish-Bowley’s and Marshall Edgeworth’s Price Index Number.


Choose the correct alternative:

Dorbish–Bowley’s Price Index Number is


Choose the correct alternative:

Walsh's Price Index Number is given by


Marshall-Edgeworth's Price Index Number is given by ______


State whether the following statement is True or False:

Walsh’s Price Index Number is given by `(sum"p"_1sqrt("q"_0"q"_1))/(sum"p"_0sqrt("q"_0"q"_1)) xx 100`


State whether the following statement is True or False:

`(sum"p"_1"q"_1)/(sum"p"_0"q"_1) xx 100` is Paasche’s Price Index Number


State whether the following statement is True or False:

`[sqrt((sum"p"_1"q"_1)/(sum"p"_0"q"_1)) + (sumsqrt("q"_0"q"_1))/(sum("p"_0 + "p"_1))] xx 100` is Fisher’s Price Index Number.


Calculate Marshall-Edgeworth Price Index Number for following.

Commodity Base Year Current Year
Price Quantity Price Quantity
A 8 20 11 15
B 7 10 12 10
C 3 30 5 25
D 2 50 4 35

If P01(L) = 40 and P01(P) = 90, find P01(D-B) and P01(F).


If Laspeyre’s and Paasche’s Price Index Numbers are 50 and 72 respectively, find Dorbish-Bowley’s and Fisher’s Price Index Numbers


If `sum"p"_0"q"_0` = 150, `sum"p"_0"q"_1` = 250, `sum"p"_1"q"_1` = 375 and P01(L) = 140. Find P01(M-E)


Given the following table, find Walsh’s Price Index Number by completing the activity.

Commodity p0 q0 p1 q1 q0q1 `sqrt("q"_0"q"_1)` p0`sqrt("q"_0"q"_1)` p1`sqrt("q"_0"q"_1)`
I 20 9 30 4 36 `square` `square` 180
II 10 5 50 5 `square` 5 50 `square`
III 40 8 10 2 16 `square` 160 `square`
IV 30 4 20 1 `square` 2 `square` 40
Total     390 `square`

Walsh’s price Index Number is

P01(W) = `square/(sum"p"_0sqrt("q"_0"q"_1)) xx 100`

= `510/square xx 100`

= `square`


State whether the following statement is true or false:

Dorbish-Bowley's Price Index Number is the square root of the product of Laspeyre's and Paasche's Index Numbers.


If P01 (L) = 121, P01 (P) = 100, then P01 (F) = ______.


`sqrt((sump_1q_0)/(sump_0q_0)) xx sqrt((sump_1q_1)/(sump_0q_1)) xx 100`


If ∑ p0q0 = 120, ∑ p0q1 = 160, ∑ p1q1 = 140, ∑ p1qo = 200, find Laspeyre’s, Paasche’s, Dorbish-Bowley’s and Marshall-Edgeworth’s Price Index Numbers.


Complete the following activity to calculate, Laspeyre's and Paasche's Price Index Number for the following data :

Commodity Base Year Current Year
Price
p0
Quantity
q0
Price
p1
Quantity
q1
I 8 30 12 25
II 10 42 20 16

Solution:

Commodity Base Year Current Year p1q0 p0q0 p1q1 p0q1
  p0 q0 p1 q1
I 8 30 12 25 360 240 300 200
II 10 42 20 16 840 420 320 160
Total         `bb(sump_1q_0=1200)` `bb(sump_0q_0=660)` `bb(sump_1q_1=620)` `bb(sump_0q_1=360)`

Laspeyre's Price Index Number:

P01(L) = `(sum"p"_1"q"_0)/(sum"p"_0"q"_0) xx 100 = square/660xx100`

∴ P01(L) = `square`

Paasche 's Price Index Number:

P01(P) = `(sum"p"_1"q"_1)/(sum"p"_0"q"_1) xx 100=(620)/(square) xx 100`

∴ P01(P) = `square`


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