Learning Business Statistics with Microsoft Excel 97
Intended to accompany an introductory statistics textbook, this book contains chapters, which are organized around a particular statistical concept or technique. It also includes chapters, which contain experiments designed to permit students to explore statistical concepts by using the computer to perform experiments.
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Analysis Tool ANOVA argument field average axis binomial distribution calculate cell A1 cell addresses cell B2 Click the mouse Click the OK confidence interval contain degrees of freedom descriptive statistics determine dialog window diskette displayed value Double click Edit Formula button Enter a formula Enter key Enter the formula enter the label Enter the number equal Excel fail to reject Formula Bar formula in cell histogram hypothesis test independent variables median Menu Bar mouse button mouse pointer normal distribution NORMSDIST Null Hypothesis one-tail Place the mouse population mean Press the Enter prob probability problem proportion Random Number random variable range address region regression analysis reject the Null relationship sample means sample statistic sampling error scroll Select cell significance level standard error standard normal sum of squared tail TDIST tion Toolbar two-tail Type Type I error value displayed value in cell workbook worksheet tab