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This text provides an introduction to business statistics for business studies students. Specifically designed to provide support and build confidence in students where teacher - student time is limited, the book details the calculation and interpretation of the basic but generic numerical techniques used in business. *Exceptional pedagogical features: aims, introduction, definitions, worked examples, review activities, additional exercises, spreadsheet exercises (EXCEL based) with hints for completion and screendumps, worked solution of review activities at end of chapter, answers to additional exercises. *Teacher's manual with EXCEL datasheets. *Web site with further exercises/spreadsheets. *Suitable for modular courses. *Allows for self-paced learning/testing.
|Obtaining Data: Secondary Sources and Potential Errors|
|Obtaining Data: Primary Sources and Survey Techniques|
|Presenting Numerical Information: Charts and Tables|
|Measures of Association Regression Analysis|
|Time Series Analysis and Forecasting|
|Mathematical Test and Related Instruction on Basic Mathematics|
|Quick Reference Guide to Minitab Commands|
|Quick Reference Guide to Lotus 1-2-3 Commands|
|Significance of Rank (Spearman) Correlation Coefficient|
|Normal Distribution (Areas)|
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Number Of Pages: 280
Published: 4th May 2000
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 19.05 x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.54