Introduction to Business Statistics
Now in its third successful edition, Ronald M. Weiers' INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS STATISTICS offers hundreds of relevant examples--many based on real data from companies and products familiar to your students. Praised for its understandable discussion of statistical concepts, this book shows your students how to apply statistical tools in real business situations. Throughout the book, Weiers consistently weaves interesting data and examples from USA Today, Fortune 500, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, and other sources into explanations of statistical concepts.
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