02081 a2200157 4500008004100000020001800041082001600059100001900075245005200094260004300146300001700189504105400206520061901260650002601879700001801905151222b2013 xxu||||| |||| 00| 0 eng d a9781259097386 a519.5bJ2B8 aJaggia, Sanjiv aBusiness statistics: communicating with numbers aNew DelhibMcGraw Hill Educationc2013 axxxi, 714 p. aTable of Contents:
PART I: Introduction
Chapter 1: Statistics and Data
PART II: Descriptive Statistics
Chapter 2: Tabular and Graphical Methods
Chapter 3: Numerical Descriptive Measures
PART III: Probability Concepts
Chapter 4: Basic Probability Concepts
Chapter 5: Discrete Probability Distributions
Chapter 6: Continuous Probability Distributions
PART IV: Basic Inference
Chapter 7: Sampling and Sampling Distributions
Chapter 8: Estimation Chapter 9 Hypothesis Testing
Chapter 10: Statistical Inference Concerning Two Populations
Chapter 11: Statistical Inference Concerning Variance
PART V: Advanced Inference
Chapter 12: Chi-Square Tests
Chapter 13: Analysis of Variance
Chapter 14: Regression Analysis
Chapter 15: Inference with Regression Models
Chapter 16: Regression Models for Nonlinear Relationships
Chapter 17: Regression Models with Dummy Variables
PART VI: Supplementary Topics
Chapter 18: Time Series and Forecasting
Chapter 19: Returns, Index Numbers and Inflation
Chapter 20: Nonparametric Tests
aThe first edition of Business Statistics: Communicating with Numbers provides a unique, innovative, and engaging learning experience for students studying Business Statistics. It is an intellectually stimulating, practical, and visually attractive textbook, from which students can learn and instructors can teach. Throughout the book, the authors have presented the material in an accessible way by using timely business applications to which students can relate. Although the text is application-oriented, it is also mathematically sound and uses notation that is generally accepted for the topic being covered.
aCommercial statistics aKelly, Alison