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32. Match the items of List–I with the items of List-II and indicate the code of correct matching in connection with probability distributions :

List–I (Mean and standard  deviations)List-II (Probability distributions)
(a) np, √npq1. Normal distribution
(b) λ, √λ2. Binomial distribution
(c) 0, 13. Poisson distribution

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33. A researcher wants to test the significance of the differences of the average performance of more than two sample groups drawn from a normally distributed population, which one of the following hypothesis-testing tests is appropriate?

  • Option : B
  • Explanation : Applications of F-test: To test whether if there is any significant difference between two estimates of the population variance. To test if the two samples have come from the same the population we use f test.
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34. Match the items of List–I with List–II :

List–IList–II
(a) Stock files that are placed in the warehouse as a record1. Daily report
(b) Process of managing goods in the most sensible way2. Intranet
(c) Management information system3. Master file
(d) Log-in allowed to only internal people4. Stock control

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35. The highly competitive industries, particularly in the early stage of the product life cycle, follow which one of the following strategies?

  • Option : B
  • Explanation : Generic Strategy Alternatives
    Generic strategy alternatives refer to the strategy alternatives in broader terms. After the nature of business of the firm is defined, the next task is to focus on the type of strategic alternative, in general, the firm should pursue. The strategist seeks to identify the right alternative through questions such as:
    > Should we get out of this business entirely? > Should we try to expand? There are four strategic alternatives for any business. They are: (a) to expand, (b) to wind up or retrench, (c) to stabilise, (d) to combine its operations pertaining to its products, markets, or functions. These are explained below:
    (a) Expansion strategy can be adopted in the case of highly competitive and volatile industries, particularly, if they are in the introduction stage of product/service life cycle.
    (b) Stability strategy is a better choice when the firm is doing well, the environment is relatively less volatile, and the product/service has reached the stability or maturity stage of the life cycle.
    (c) Retrenchment strategy is the obvious choice when the firm is not doing well in terms of sales and revenue and finds greater returns elsewhere, or the produce/service is in the finishing stage of the product life cycle.
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