Probability and statistics for business decisions: an introduction to managerial economics under uncertainty

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McGraw-Hill, 1959 - Business & Economics - 732 pages
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Introduction. The problem of decision under uncertainty: Part one. The use of probabilities based directly on Experience; Part two. Simple random processes and derived proabtained by sampling; Part four. The value of additional information; Part five. Objectivist statistics: Teste of significance and comfidence intervals. Appendix Continuous prior distributions for the parameters of bernoulli and paissau processes.

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The Meaning of Probability
Expected Value and Utility
Random Variables and Probability Distributions

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