# BBS 1st Year Business Statistics Notes

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This is the collection of BBS 1st Year Business Statistics Notes PDF. All the chapter notes and formula is available here.

Year: BBS 1st Year

University: Tribhuvan University

Time: 3 hrs

Pass marks:100

## BBS 1st Year Business Statistics Notes

Following are the chapter-wise notes

Chapter 1: Introduction to statistics

Chapter 2: Classification and Presentation of Data

Chapter 3: The Measure of Central Tendency

Chapter 4: Measure of Dispersion

Chapter 5: Skewness, Kurtosis, and Moments:

Chapter 6: Simple Correlation and Regression analysis

Chapter 7: Analysis of Time Series:

A series formed from a set of statistical data arranged in accordance with their time of occurrence is said to be a time series.

Chapter 8: Index Number

An index number is a statistical device designed to measure the relative change in the level if a phenomenon with respect to time. Geographical location or other characteristics such as income, profession, etc.

Chapter 9: Probability

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Chapter 10: Sampling and Estimation

Chapter 11: Quantitative Analysis

Chapter 12: Linear Programming Problem

Chapter 13: Determinant

The technique used in analyzing problem which involve the use of numbers, symbols, and mathematical expression are the quantitative analysis or techniques.

Chapter 14: Matrix

Question Model:

Group A: 10 Question @ 2 Marks:

Attempt All.

Group B: 6 Question @ 10 marks:

Attempt 5 questions.

Group C: 3 Question @ 15 marks:

Attempt 2 questions.

Following are the chapter wise marking:

1. Introduction to statistics: 5 or 10 marks (Theory)

2. Classification and Presentation of Data: 2 or 5 or 10 marks (Theory + Numerical )

3. Measure of Central Tendency: 10 Marks (Numerical)

4. Measure of Dispersion: 10 Marks ( Numerical)

5. Skewness, Kurtosis, and Moments: 10 or 15 Marks (Numerical)

6. Simple Correlation and Regression analysis: 10 or 15 marks (Numerical)

7. Analysis of Time Series: 10 or 15 Marks (Numerical)

8. Index Number: 10 or 15 Marks (Numerical)

9. Probability: 2 or 5 Marks (Numerical)

10. Sampling and estimation: 10 or 15 marks ( Theory)

11. Quantitative Analysis: 10 to 15 marks (Numerical)

12. Linear Programming Problem: 10 marks (Numerical)

13. Determinant: 10 Marks (Numerical)

14. Matrix: 10 Marks (Numerical)