KEY BENEFIT: In the competitive world of business, effective
decision making is crucial. To help your students stand out from
the crowd, Robert Stine and Dean Foster of the Wharton School of
the University of Pennsylvania have written an exciting new book
for business statistics. This book teaches students how to use data
to make informed decisions; every chapter highlights issues in the
modern business world. The authors provide strong connections
between the statistical concepts in the text and the problems
students will face in their future careers, showing students how to
find patterns, create statistical models from the data, and deliver
their findings to an audience. Suitable for students at the
undergraduate, graduate, or MBA level, Statistics for Business:
Decision Making and Analysis equips students with the most
important skill they'll need in the business world-using statistics
to make better business decisions. KEY TOPICS: VARIATION IN DATA,
Introduction, Data, Describing categorical data, Describing
numerical data, Association in categorical data, Association in
numerical data; PROBABILITY, Probability, Conditional Probability,
Random Variables, Association between Random Variables, Probability
models for Counts, Normality; INFERENCE, Samples and Surveys,
Sampling Variation and Quality, Confidence Intervals, Hypothesis
Tests, Alternative Approaches to Inference, Comparison; REGRESSION
MODELS, Linear Patterns, Curved Patterns, Simple Regression,
Regression Diagnostics, Multiple Regression, Building Regression
Models, Categorical Explanatory Variables, Analysis of Variance,
Time Series MARKET: For all readers interested in business
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