Organisation of Data

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  • Q1

    Items are arranged in classes or groups in case of

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    continuous series.

    Explanation:
    In a continuous series, frequency of a class rather than of a particular value is expressed. It takes all values in the given range.
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  • Q2

    Frquency of different items is given separately in case of

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    discrete series.

    Explanation:
    Arrangement of data in a systematic and logical order is called statistical series. Series is called discrete when the frequency of various items are given separately.
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  • Q3

    The frequency distribution of a single variable is called

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    univariate frquency distribution.

    Explanation:
    If the data are on a single variable, the set of measurement constitute a univariate population of that variable.
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  • Q4

    Exact measurement of item is given in

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    discrete series

    Explanation:
    In other words, it is formed from items which are exactly measurable. In case of discrete series, exact measurement of item is given.
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  • Q5

    Data is classified to facilitate

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    comparison.

    Explanation:
    After grouping of the collected data according to their identity or similarity, it becomes easy to compare the features of different groups.
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