CBSE Board Class 11 Economics Previous Year Question Papers 2005


CBSE Board Previous Year Question Papers 2005 for Class 11 Economics

ECONOMICS
CLASS 11

Time - 3 Hours. Maximum marks - 100

General instructions

1. All questions in both the sections are compulsory.

2. Question Nos. 1-10 is very short- answer questions carrying 1 mark each. They are required to be answered in one sentence each

3. Question Nos. 11-20 is short-answer questions carrying 3 marks each. Answer to them should not normally exceed 60 words each.

4. Question Nos. 21-26 are also short- answer questions carrying 4 marks each. Answer to them should not normally exceed 70 words each.

5. Question Nos. 27-32 is long-answer questions carrying 6 marks each. Answer to them should not normally exceed 100 words each.

6. Answer should be brief and to the point and the above word limit be adhered to as far as possible.

 

  1. Define economic problem.

  2. Find out the odd one and justify your answer?

Mark, weight, income, honesty

  1. What is the poverty rate in India? Mention source of data.

  2. What is primary data?

  3. Name four important private publications in India.

  4. Define variance.

  5. Define statistical series.

  6. What is a complex table?

  7. What is an open ended series?

  8. What are the kinds of statistical averages?

  9. Statistics are numerical statements of facts but all facts numerically stated are not statistics’ comment.

  10. What is meant by direct personal investigation? Give its merits and demerits.

Or

What is meant by indirect oral investigation? Give its merits and demerits.

  1. Sample is a miniature picture of population” explain?

  2. Compare the census and sample methods on the basis of reliability, time involved and cost.

  3. Explain the terms:

    1. Univariate population

    2. Bivariate population

    3. Multivariate population

  1. What is meant by inclusive series? Illustrate with one example.

  2. Average pocket allowance of six students is 45.of these pocket allowance of 5 students is 20, 30, 22, 24, and32 respectively. What is the pocket allowance of the sixth student?

  3. What are the functions of averages?

  4. Marks secured by 50 students in economics are: calculate AM

Marks

15

20

22

25

30

35

18

40

No.of students

6

12

10

5

6

3

2

6

 

  1. Averages help in formulation of policies’ comment on this.

  2. Statistics is both science as well as an art” Discuss he statement? And discuss the limitations of statistics?

  3. Write short note on any two:

  1. NSSO.

  2. Census of India.

  3. Systematic sampling.

Or

Distinguish: between primary data and secondary data.

  1. In an examination 60 students secured the following marks:

Marks

No.of studnts

10-20

12

20-30

23

30-40

20

40-50

5

Total

60

  1. Identify statistical series

  2. Identify class intervals

  3. Identify how many students are secured more than 40 marks.

  4. Identify how many students are secured at least 20 marks.

  1. Draw a histogram from the following data.

    Mark in Math’s

    0-10

    10-20

    20-30

    30-40

    40-50

    No. of students

    4

    20

    25

    15

    5

  2. Construct any type of one diagram from your project topic.

  3. Weight of 15 persons is as follows:

Weight(kgs)

40

48

56

44

32

67

50

48

40

37

41

52

50

40

39

Find out mean weight using direct method as well as short cut method.

  1. Prepare a questionnaire according to your project topic.

 

  1. An economic survey related that 30 families in a town incur following expenditure in a day in rupees.

11,12,14,16,16,17,18,23,20,16,11,12,36,34,25,27,28,28,30,15,28,26,22,28,31,12,31,38.15.20

  1. Convert these data in the form of a suitable frequency distribution.

  2. Find out how many families spend more than 30 a day.

  3. Find out how many families spend at most 15 a day

 

  1. The following are the figures of sales of two firms A and B for the years 2003-2009.present the data graphically.

Year

Sales of firm A (000)

Sales of firm B (000)

2003

15

4

2004

17

9

2005

20

11

2006

19

12

2007

25

8

2008

18

20

2009

15

22

 

  1. Draw a pie diagram to represent the following data of investment pattern in the third five year plan.

Agriculture=35%, irrigation=20%, small scale industries=25%, transport=10%, others=10%

 

  1. Calculate mean from the following data set.

Mark in Hindi

0-10

10-20

20-30

30-40

40-50

50-60

60-70

70-80

No. of students

5

15

18

12

20

15

12

3

 

  1. A student subject 60 mark in English,75 in Hindi,63 in maths,59 in economics and 55 in statistics. Calculate weighted mean of the marks if weights are respectively 2, 1, 5, 5, and 3.

Or

Mention merits and demerits of Mean. And list out any three examples of ‘scope of averages in your class room’.