# MCQ Questions for Class 11 Economics Unit 2 Collection, Organisation and Presentation of Data with Answers

Question 1.
When is ‘India’s coalition done:
(a) Every first year of every decade
(b) Every first year of century
(c) Every year
(d) Every five year.

Question 2.
State another name of Random Sampling:
(a) Chance sampling
(b) Drum Rotation method
(c) Lottery
(d) All of these.

Question 3.
First step of presentation of data is:
(a) Categorisation
(b) Tabulation
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) None of these.

Question 4.
Which law should be kept is mind while and making tables:
(a) Correct size
(b) Correct measurement of unit
(c) Correct unit
(d) All of these.

Question 5.
In what type of papers pictures are drawn:
(a) Graph paper
(b) White paper
(c) Any
(d) None of these.

Fill in the blanks:

1. ………………………… provides real data.

2. ………………………… is present population data of India.

3. When data is categorised according to time it is called ……………………………..

4. Presentation of data in the form of table is called ………………………………

5. Bar diagram is a ………………………… diagram.

Match the columns:

 Column A Column B 1. Negative curve (a) Comparison of value 2. Component Ray (b) III 3. Main part of table (c) Extends towards Left 4. Tally mark of 3 (d) Partial errors 5. Direction error (e) Kievor.

 Column A Column B 1. Negative curve (c) Extends towards Left 2. Component Ray (a) Comparison of value 3. Main part of table (e) Kievor. 4. Tally mark of 3 (b) III 5. Direction error (d) Partial errors

1. What is simple curve called?

2. In how many year population calculation is done is India?

3. What is the other name of Pie diagram?

4. Pie diagram is also known as?

5. How many sources are there of index?

6. What is bivariate frequency distribution?

Answer: A bivariate distribution is the frequency distribution of two variables.

7. What is complete census method?

Answer: It is a method of data collection in which data are collected for each and every unit of the population which constitutes the subject matter of the study.

8. What is sample?

Answer: A sample refers to a group or section of the population from which data are obtained.

9. What is Random sampling?