Basic Statistics was written for undergraduate students of business and economics. Its comprehensive coverage of popular statistics topics provides sufficient material for a two-semester course, as well as providing a broad set of topics from which instructors can select material for a one-semester course.
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Table of Contents
Introduction. Chapter 1. Information and Statistics Chapter 2. Describing Data Chapter 3. Probability Chapter 4. Probability Distributions of Discrete Variables Chapter 5. Continuous Random Variables and Their Probabilities Chapter 6. Sampling Distributions Chapter 7. Estimation of Population Mean and Population Proportion Chapter 8. Hypothesis Testing: The Population Mean and the Population Proportion Chapter 9. Confidence Interval and Hypothesis Test for the Difference Between Two Population Means and the Difference Between Two Population Proportions Chapter 10. Chi-Square Applications and Categorical Data Chatper 11. The Analysis of More than Two Populations: The Analysis of Variance Chapter 12. Regression and Correlation: The Simple Linear Case Chapter 13. Regression Correlation Analysis: The Multivariate Case Chapter 14. Nonparametric Statistics Chapter 15. Index Numbers Chapter 16. Time Series Analysis Appendices