Basic Statistics for Business and Economics: With Student Powerweb
McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2002 - Business & Economics - 608 pages
BASIC STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS, 4/e contains comprehensive coverage of statistical tools and methods delivered in a student friendly, step-by-step format. The text is non-threatening and presents concepts clearly and succinctly with a conversational writing style. All statistical concepts are illustrated with solved applied examples immediately upon introduction. Modern computing tools and applications are introduced, but the text maintains a focus on presenting statistics content as oppose to technology or programming methods, this edition continues as a ‘students’ text with increased emphasis on interpretation of data and results. This essentials version of the more comprehensive text includes 13 chapters (versus 20 chapters in the longer 11/e), in a two-color format, with some condensed coverage and all optional topics or chapters eliminated. It contains the core topics covered in most Business Statistics courses in fewer pages.ges.
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05 significance level 95 percent confidence alternate hypothesis ANOVA ANOVA table arithmetic mean average binomial distribution binomial probability distribution box plot Chapter Chart coefficient of correlation coefficient of determination Company Compute the mean conclude copiers sold critical value decision rule degrees of freedom difference earn employees error of estimate example Exercises follow the normal formula frequency distribution H0 is rejected histogram homes income independent variables less level of confidence level of measurement mean number median MINITAB null hypothesis number of copiers number of observations number of sales outcomes output p-value percent confidence interval population mean population proportion population standard deviation prediction interval random sample range Refer regression equation Reject H0 reported salary sales calls sample mean sample standard deviation sampling distribution Self-Review selling price squared standard error test of hypothesis test statistic tion treatment means variation Whitner Pontiac zero