Term 1 Sample Paper Class 11 Economics 2021-22

Term 1 Sample Paper Class 11 Economics 2021-22

All questions are compulsory. Each carries 1 mark.

1. When the values of the variable that increased not in jumps….

a) continuous variables

b) discrete variables

c) flow variable

d) stock variable

 

2. What do you mean by cumulative frequency series?

a) adding the corresponding values

b) difference between the two values

c) total of all values

d) none

 

3. Which is not the objective of classification?

a) attractive and effective

b) comparability

c) simplification and briefness

d) stability

 

4. Identify that it is not the characteristics of the good classification?

a) Comprehensiveness

b) Clarity

c) elastic

d) none

 

5. In which case the upper limit of one class interval is the lower limit of the next class interval?

a) inclusive series 

b) exclusive series

c) variables

d) cumulative frequency series

 

6. In which lower limit of the first class interval and the upper limit of last class interval is missing?

a) inclusive series

b) exclusive series

c) open end series

d) none

 

7. Which is not the component of a table?

a) Headnote

b) Footnote

c) body or field

d) unit

 

8. MP, AP, govt is an example of…….

a) Source

b) Abbreviations

c) Headnote

d) Footnote

 

9. When the data is to be classified according to the time…

a) temporal classification

b) quantitative classification

c) qualitative classification

d) spatial classification

 

10. When the data are to be classified according to the place or a location is called___.

a) Temporal classification

b) Quantitative classification

c) Qualitative classification

d) spatial classification

 

11. is an example of_____

a) bold line

c) dotted line

c) broken line

d) none

 

12. Which is a limitation of diagramatic and graphic presentation?

a) limited use

b) simple

c) from left to right or bottom to top

d) attractive and effective

 

13. Identify that which one is not a type of bar diagram?

a) Pie or circular diagram

b) simple bar diagram

c) multiple bar diagram

d) subdivided bar diagram

 

14. In which curve a curve is plotted by joining the midpoints of the all tops of a histogram?

a) frequency curve

b) frequency polygon

c) histogram

d) none

 

15. When the cummulative frequencies are plotted on the graph paper….

a) frequency curve

b) frequency polygon

c) ogive

d) histogram

 

16. Bars may be ________

a) Vertical

b) Horizontal

c) Both a & c

d) None

 

17. A person who consumes goods and services is called?

a) Customer

b) Consumer

c) Producer

d) Retailer

 

18. The process of converting raw material into finished product is called?

a) Consumption

b) Production

c) Distribution

d) Factors of production

 

19. Which one is a scope of statistics?

a) Descriptive statistics

b)  Quantitative statistics

c) Intersectoral statistics

d) Qualitative statistics

 

20. Identify the limitation of statistics?

a) statistics is only one of the method of studying a problem

b) economic equilibrium

c) quantitative expression of economic problems

d) Economic forecasting

 

21. Which one is the importance of statistics in economics?

a) statistical results are based only on average

b) statistics does not deal with individual relation

c) statistics deals only with quantitative characteristics

d) construction of economic theories or economic models

 

22. This definition is given by, “it is a store of quantitative information in example quantification of facts or findings….

a) Layman

b) Goseen’s

c) Adam Smith

d) Fayol

 

23. Who is the type of collection of primary data?

a) Interview method

b) Libraries

c) Literature

d) Census of India

 

24. Survey was on drinking water, sanitation, hygiene and housing condition is to be conducted by…..

a) census of India

b) Reports and publications of National sample survey office.

c) census commissioner

d) State government

 

25. Language of the questions should be simple and clear is a quality of a good questionnaire?

a) Simplicity

b) limited no. of questions

c) proper order of the questions

d) no undesirable questions

 

26. We measure literacy rate, sex composition of population by?

a) census of India

b) population projection

c) NSSO 

d) Central government

 

27. According to secondary data important data related to research is to be find out by?

a) Libraries

b) Questionnaire

c) mail survey

d) Observation method

 

28. It is the most frequently used method when the information has to be collected quickly and inexpensive?

a) Mail interview

b) Telephonic interview

c) Questionnaire  

d) personal interview

 

29. The list of the questions is to be called?

a) Series of the questions

b) proper order of the questions

c) Questions list

d) Questionnaire

 

30. The fresh hand data is also known as?

a) secondary data

b) primary data

c) Tertiary data

d) none of these

 

31. After a research problem has defined, the next step is?

a) collection of data

b) Analysis of data

c) interpretation of data

d) none of these

 

32. Customer movement is an example of?

a) observation method

b) interview method

c) Libraries

d) Literature

 

33. A person who takes an interview is called ?

a) Interviewer 

b) Interviewee

c) Respondent

d) Researcher

 

34. Face to face interview is also known as?

a) Mail interview

b) Telephonic interview

c) personal Interview

d) Questionnaire

 

35. Which one is not the component of Economics?

a) Distribution

b) Consumption

c) Production

d) Saving

 

36. The expenditure by the producer on the purchase of fixed assets is called?

a) Expenses

b) Revenue

c) Investment

d) None of the above

 

37. Graphs may be divided on

a) one variable graph

b) two variables graph

c) two or more graphs

d) none

 

38. The title of the rows of table are called …

a) Stubs

b) Captions

c) title

d) none

 

39. The title of the columns of the table are called……

a) Captions

b) Stubs

c) Footnote

d) Headnote

 

40. Homogeneity means…..

a) same value

b) different value

c) both a & c

d) none

 

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