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Barney Jim and With loving memories of our wonderful son Bob who is swimming with the dolphins off Ocracoke Island. Introduction and Background 1. A Preview of Business Statistics 1 2. Visual Description of Data 15 3. Statistical Description of Data 57 4.
Data Collection and Sampling Methods Part 2: Review of Basic Concepts 6. Discrete Probability Distributions 7. Continuous Probability Distributions Part 3: Sampling Distributions and Estimation 8.
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Sampling Distributions 9. Estimation from Sample Data Part 4: Analysis of Variance Tests Chi-Square Applications Nonparametric Methods Part 5: Buskness Model Building and Time Series Simple Linear Regression and Correlation Multiple Regression and Correlation Model Building Models for Time Series and Forecasting Part 6: Decision Theory Total Quality Management Statistical Tables A-1 B.
A Preview of Business Statistics 1 1. Yesterday and Today 3 1. Tools Versus Tricks 11 1. Visual Description of Data 15 2.
Thorndike Sports Equipment Meet the Thorndikes: See Video Unit One. Springdale Shopping Survey 54 Chapter 3: Statistical Description of Data 57 3. Measures of Central Tendency 59 3. Measures of Dispersion 67 3. Thorndike Sports Equipment 96 Integrated Case: Springdale Shopping Survey 97 Business Case: Contents vii Chapter 4: Data Collection and Sampling Methods 4. introruction
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Sampling PART 2: Review of Basic Concepts 5. Terms and Approaches 5. Permutations and Combinations 5. Thorndike Sports Equipment Integrated Case: Springdale Shopping Survey Business Case: Baldwin Computer Sales B Chapter 6: Discrete Probability Distributions 6.
Thorndike Sports Equipment Chapter 7: Continuous Probability Distributions 7.
Sampling Distributions 8. Fair Dice Seeing Statistics Applet 8: Loaded Dice Chapter 9: Estimation from Sample Data 9. Basic Procedures Statistical Power of a Test Chapter A Seeing Statistics Applet Basic Concepts Chi-Square Distribution Chapter Nonparametric Methods Thorndike Sports Equipment Business Case: B PART 5: Point Estimate for y Seeing Statistics Applet Regression Error Components Contents xi Chapter C Chapter Fast-Growing Companies Business Case: Easton Realty Company B Chapter Models for Time Series and Forecasting The Concepts Mean Control Chart Appendix A: Statistical Tables A-1 Appendix B: Ethics in Statistical Analysis and Reporting xii Contents.
A Message to the Student A book is a very special link between author and reader. In a bksiness novel the author presents the reader with a maze of uncertainty perplexity and general quicksand.
Introduction to Business Statistics
This text is specifically designed to be different. Business statistics is not only relevant to your present academic program it is also relevant to your future personal and professional life.
As a citizen you will be exposed to and perhaps may even help generate statistical descriptions and analyses of data that are of vital importance to your local state national and world communities. As a business professional you will constantly be dealing with statistical measures of performance and success as well as with employers who will expect you to be able to utilize the ijtroduction statistical techniques and com- puter software tools—including spreadsheet programs like Excel and statistical software packages like Minitab—in working with these measures.
The chapters that follow are designed to be both informal and informative as befits an introductory text in business statistics. You will not be expected to have had mathematical training beyond simple algebra and mathematical sym- bols and notations will be explained as they become relevant to our discussion. Following an introductory explanation of the purpose and the bksiness involved in each technique you will be provided with several down-to-earth examples of its use.
Each section has a set of exercises based on the section contents. This excellent software is easy to use and is available on the premium website that accompanies this text.