BSc Statistics Notes Punjab University

BSc Statistics Notes

 

We are going to share with you the notes for different classes as mention above just for the help of our students, so that they can perform best in exams and in the near future, they can become good citizen of our society and take part in the development of our country. Would you like to read the notes or you can download them into your computer for offline learning. Students should take keen interest in study because they are the future of our country. See Below:-

 

Complete Chapters Notes

Chapter 1  Introduction
Chapter 2  Presentation of Data
Chapter 3  Measures of Central Tendency or Averages
Chapter 4  Measures of Dispersion, Moments and Skewness
Chapter 5  Index Numbers
Chapter 6  Probability
Chapter 7  Random Variables
Chapter 8  Discrete Probability Distributions
Chapter 9  Continuous Probability Distributions
Chapter 10  Simple Regression and Correlation
Chapter 11  Multiple Regression and Correlation
Chapter 12  Curve Fitting by Least Squares
Chapter 13  Time Series Analysis

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Remaining BSc Statistics Notes for Chapter 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 and 13

 

 

Note: Ultimately, the universal principle will also manifest itself in education: what is more expensive, has better quality (and is more appreciated). This is the obvious social function of such a system. Its latent function will be expressed in the fact that differentiation in the level, quality of education will not only express, reflect the differentiation of citizens in terms of income level, but also provide its graduates with the best starting conditions for social mobility, promotion on the social ladder and taking appropriate social positions, i.e. will contribute to the social stratification of society. Intellect in the technotronic era. In the history of mankind, each period of the development of civilization can be characterized by various symbols of social wealth, the main force, the driving production. So, for traditional, mainly agricultural production, the symbol of wealth is bread, the instrument of production is human (and animal) power. For the industrial production that has replaced it, the symbol of wealth is metal, the main tool is tools, machines, mechanisms that have incredibly increased the strength of man. The development of a paid education system will reveal its elite character.

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