Basic statistics for business and economics
McGraw-Hill, 2003 - Business & Economics - 552 pages
The Fifth Edition of Basic Statistics for Business and Economics is a shorter version of Lind/Marchal/Wathen's Statistical Techniques in Business and Economics, 12e. The authors of this text continue to provide a student-oriented approach to business statistics. In this book you will find step-by-step solved examples, realistic exercises, and up-to-date technology and illustrations. Book jacket.
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What Is Statistics?
Frequency Distributions and Graphic Presentation
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05 significance level 95 percent confidence alternate hypothesis amount arithmetic mean average binomial distribution binomial probability distribution box plot Chapter Chart class interval coefficient of determination coefficient of skewness Compute the mean conclude confidence interval correlation critical value cumulative frequency decision rule degrees of freedom Determine Develop difference earn employees estimate example Exercises f distribution follow the normal formula frequency distribution frequency polygon histogram homes income independent variables less level of confidence level of measurement mean number median midpoint million MINITAB mutually exclusive null hypothesis number of observations output p-value percent confidence interval population mean population proportion population standard deviation positively skewed quartile random sample range regression equation Reject H0 salary sample mean sample standard deviation sampling distribution Self-Review squared standard error test of hypothesis test statistic third quartiles tion total number variance variation vehicles sold Whitner Pontiac