Basic business statistics: concepts and applications

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Prentice Hall International, 1999 - Business & Economics - 1058 pages
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For a one- or two-term course in Business Statistics at the undergraduate or graduate level.

This comprehensive 19-chapter business statistics text provides sufficient breadth of coverage and an applied approach which focuses on concepts and applications of statistics to the functional areas of business accounting, marketing, management, and economics and finance. Thoroughly revised to shift its emphasis more on concepts than statistical methods, it shows students how to properly use statistics to analyze data, demonstrates how computer software is an integral part of this analysis, and provides myriad cases and projects support the learning process.

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1 Basics of the Windows User Interface
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Introduction to Minitab
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About the author (1999)

Berenson of Bernard Baruch College

David M. Levine is one of the world's leading innovators in statistics education. He is Professor Emeritus of Statistics and Computer Information Systems at Bernard M. Baruch College (CUNY), and co-author of several best-selling books, including "Statistics for Managers using Microsoft Excel, Quality Management," and "Six Sigma for Green Belts and Champions,"

Instructional designer David F. Stephan pioneered the classroom use of technology, and is a leader in making Excel more accessible to statistics students. He has co-authored several textbooks with David M. Levine.

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