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NCERT Solutions for Class 11 Statistics Chapter 4

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NCERT Solutions for Class 11 Statistics Chapter 4 - Presentation of Data

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Commerce students of Class 11 have Statistics as one of the core subjects in their curriculum. When it comes to Statistics, students require an in-depth understanding of each concept. Regular practice and revision are equally essential to score well in this subject. Thus, apart from textbooks, students also need proper reference material for the lessons. NCERT Solutions are an excellent resource to refer to for Statistics lessons. The first part of the Class 11 Economics syllabus is dedicated to Statistics. Part A or Statistics for Economics include:

  • Introduction

  • Collection, Organisation, and Presentation of Data

  • Statistical Tools and Interpretation


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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. What are the different ways of representing data?

Data can be presented in the form of text, table or diagrams. It depends on the nature and category of data being represented. Under diagrammatic presentation of data, there can be different types. They are bar diagram, pie or circular diagram, frequency diagram data, histogram, polygon, frequency curve, arithmetic line graph, ogive or cumulative curve, etc.

2. What are the advantages of diagrammatic or graphical presentation of data?

Many times the diagrammatic presentation of data is considered more convenient over the other forms. So, the advantages of diagrammatic and graphical presentation of data include:

  • Informative and catchy

  • Simple to understand

  • Easy to compare data

  • Needs less training or specialisation to create graphs

  • Helps in the study of correlation

3. Which types of questions are provided in the NCERT solutions for class 11 statistics for economics chapter 4?

Chapter 4 in Class 11 Statistics NCERT solutions includes 15 questions. Some of these questions are conceptual and objective. A few questions in this chapter are based on a ‘true or false’ statement. In some questions, students will have to represent the data given to them.