Business Statistics in Practiceby Bowerman, Bruce; O'Connell, Richard
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The new edition of Business Statistics in Practice provides a modern, practical, and unique framework for teaching the first course in business statistics.
This framework features case study and example-driven discussions of all basic business statistics topics.
In addition, the authors have rewritten many of the discussions in this edition and have explained concepts more simply from first principles.
The only prerequisite for this text is high school algebra.
Table of Contents
|An Introduction to Business Statistics|
|Descriptive Statistics: Tabular and Graphical Methods|
|Descriptive Statistics: Numerical Methods|
|Discrete Random Variables|
|Continuous Random Variables|
|Statistical Inferences Based on Two Samples|
|Experimental Design and Analysis of Variance|
|Simple Linear Regression Analysis|
|Model Building and Model Diagnostics|
|Time Series Forecasting|
|Process Improvement Using Control Charts|
|Properties of the Mean and the Variance of a Random Variable, and the Covariance|
|Derivations of the Mean and Variance of x(bar) and p(hat|
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