Schaum's Outline of Business Statistics

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McGraw Hill Professional, Sep 24, 2003 - Study Aids - 432 pages

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Contents

Chapter 1 Analyzing Business Data
1
Chapter 2 Statistical Presentations and Graphical Displays
10
Measures of Location
44
Measures of Dispersion
57
Chapter 5 Probability
74
Binomial Hypergeometric and Poission
99
Normal and Exponential
122
Chapter 8 Sampling Distributions and Confidence Intervals for the Mean
142
Chapter 17 Nonparametric Statistics
318
Payoff Tables and Decision Trees
336
Chapter 19 Statistical Process Control
356
Appendix 1 Table of Random Numbers
377
Appendix 2 Binomial Probabilities
378
Appendix 3 Values of esup955
382
Appendix 4 Poission Probabilities
383
Appendix 5 Proportions of Area for the Standard Normal Distribution
388

Chapter 9 Other Confidence Intervals
160
Chapter 10 Testing Hypotheses Concerning the Value of the Population Mean
174
Chapter 11 Testing Other Hypotheses
197
Chapter 12 The ChiSquare Test for the Analysis of Qualitative Data
219
Chapter 13 Analysis of Variance
241
Chapter 14 Linear Regression and Correlation Analysis
263
Chapter 15 Multiple Regression and Correlation
283
Chapter 16 Time Series Analysis and Business Forecasting
296
Appendix 6 Proportions of Area for the t Distribution
390
Appendix 7 Proportions of Area for the xsup2 Distribution
391
Appendix 8 Values of F Exceeded with Probabilities of 5 and 1
393
Appendix 9 Factors for Control Charts
397
Appendix 10 Critical Values of T in the Wilcoxon Test
398
Index
401
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About the author (2003)

Leonard J. Kazmier, Ph.D. is professor emeritus in the College of Business at Arizona State University. He is the author or coauthor of several books on management concepts, statistical analysis, and computer applications in business.

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