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Business Statistics / Edition 2
     

Business Statistics / Edition 2

by Donald J. Koosis
 

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ISBN-10: 0471034266

ISBN-13: 9780471034261

Pub. Date: 01/01/1978

Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated

This thoroughly revised edition of the popular guide to the basics of business statistics—as they apply to management, industry, and technology—is an invaluable tool for professionals and students alike. Statistics play a vital role in a wide variety of business decisions today, from planning and interpreting market research and economic data to

Overview

This thoroughly revised edition of the popular guide to the basics of business statistics—as they apply to management, industry, and technology—is an invaluable tool for professionals and students alike. Statistics play a vital role in a wide variety of business decisions today, from planning and interpreting market research and economic data to developing work volume forecasts. With this hands-on, interactive book, you'll learn how to determine which statistical tests and procedures are appropriate for your particular circumstances, as well as how to actually perform them. Best of all, you work at your own pace. Business Statistics, Third Edition, includes:
* A new section focusing on management applications of business statistics, particularly as used in popular Total Quality Management programs
* New information on applying statistics to standard computer spreadsheets (Lotus, Excel, Corel QuattroPro, etc.)
* An interactive style that helps you learn quickly and chart your progress with frequent self-tests

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780471034261
Publisher:
Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date:
01/01/1978
Series:
Self-Teaching Guides
Pages:
296

Table of Contents

Summarizing Data.
Populations and Samples.
Estimating.
Hypothesis Testing.
Differences between Means.
The Difference between Two Variances or Several Means.
The Relation between Two Sets of Measures.
Tracking and Forecasting Changes over Time.
A Test of Distributions.
Appendices.
Index.

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