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Coefficient of correlation and Regression CBSE UGC NET- Paper 2 With MCQ.., r= 0.4 r 0 By Navdeep Kaur

Correlation Coefficient Correlation coefficient a relationship is between two variables. s are used in statistics to measure how strong There are several types of correlation coefficient: Pearson's correlation (also called Pearson's R) is a correlation coefficient commonly used in linear regression.

Correlation coefficient formulas are used to find how strong a relationship is between data. The formulas return a value between -1 and 1, where: . 1 indicates a strong positive relationship. . 1 indicates a strong negative relationship. . A result of zero indicates no relationship at all r 0 r0.4 Positive Correlation No correlation Negative

Correlation Coefficient r-fn2x2-(Ex,-] [nEy2-(Eyf] (x-x)(y-y) r=

Spearman rank correlation 62d n(n2 -1)

Table 11.2 Derivation of Spearman rank correlation from data of table 11.1 Child number Rank height Rank dead space d 2 4 62d 4 05 0.25 n(n2 -1) 5.5 5.5 2.5 6.25 6 x 605 10 13 10 10 3 9 15 x (25-11 (08920 12 3 9 12 13 14 15 12 15 15 Total 60.5 From this we get that

The data is arranged in the following table to calculate dydx.d 104 20 5 15-132-8 | 64 12 20 25 33 35 | 12-25 =-13| 169 | 20-25 =-5125 | 25-25 =0 133-25 = + 8164 | 35-25-+101 100 19-13=-4 | 16 13 13 13 0 17 | 17-13=+41 16 21 21 13 8 64 32 80 Edy:: | dx.dy = 358 236 65 160 125 65 125 -13 Now, 236 236 236 -= 0986 (approx.) SdPEdy: -v 160x358=757280= 239.33

Regression Regression is used to assess the contribution of one or more "explanatory" variables (called independent variables) to one "response" (or dependent) variable. It also can be used to predict the value of onee variable based on the values of others. When there is only one independent variable and when the relationship can be expressed as a straight line, the procedure is called simple linear regression.

Linear regression equation (without error) b- slope rate of predicted values of Y predicted / for Y scores for each unit Y-intercept = level of Y when X is O increase in X

Correlation is geometric mean of the regression T-byn.bv

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1 Which one is not an important objective of Financial Management? (A) Profit Maximisation (B) Wealth Maximisation (C) Value Maximisation (D) Maximisation of social benefits

Which one is not an important objective of Financial Management? (A) Profit Maximisation (B) Wealth Maximisation (C) Value Maximisation (D) Maximisation of social benefits

2 Which one refers to cash inflow under payback period method? (A) Cash flow before depreciation and taxes (B) Cash flow after depreciation and taxes (C) Cash flow after depreciation but before taxes (D) Cash flow before depreciation and after taxes

3 The objective of wealth maximization takes into account a) Amount of returns expected b) Timing of anticipated returns c) Risk associated with uncertainty of returns d) All of the above

3 The objective of wealth maximization takes into account a) Amount of returns expected b) Timing of anticipated returns c) Risk associated with uncertainty of returns d) All of the above

4 Financial management mainly focuses on a) Efficient management of every business b) Brand dimension c) Arrangement of funds d) All elements of acquiring and using means of financial resources for financial activities

5 Time value of money supports the comparison of cash flows recorded at different time period by a) Discounting all cash flows to a common point of time b) Compounding all cash flows to a common point of time c) Using either a or b d) None of the above

6 Match the following with most suitable option: (a) Modigiliani- Miller Approach (b) Net Operating Income Approach (i) Commercial papers (ii) Working Capital Management (c) Short term Money Market Instrument (d) Factoring (iii) Capital Structure (iv) Arbitrage Codes (B) (iii) (iv) (i) (ii)

6 Match the following with most suitable option: (a) Modigiliani- Miller Approach (b) Net Operating Income Approach (i) Commercial papers (ii) Working Capital Management (c) Short term Money Market Instrument (d) Factoring (iii) Capital Structure (iv) Arbitrage Codes (B) (iii) (iv) (i) (ii)

7 Match the items of List- with the items of List-I and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: List -I (a) Leverage Ratio (b) Liquidity Ratio (c) Turnover Ratio (d) Profitability Ratio(iv) Efficiency of Asset Management List - II (i) Short-term solvency (ii) Earning capacity (iii) Relationship between debt and equity Codes:

8 Which method does not consider the time value of money? (A) Net Present Value (B) Internal Rate of Return (C) Average Rate of Return (D) Profitability

8 Which method does not consider the time value of money? (A) Net Present Value (B) Internal Rate of Return (C) Average Rate of Return (D) Profitability