Basic Statistics for Business and Economics with Formula Card
Douglas Lind, William Marchal and Samuel Wathen
cGraw-Hill/Irwin
Hardback
566
2010
NEW! McGraw-Hill?s Connect uses end-of-chapter material pulled directly from the textbook to create static and algorithmic questions that can be used for practice, homework, quizzes, and tests. New texts can be packaged with Connect Plus at no additional cost. New exercises and examples using Excel 2007 screenshots and the latest version of MINITAB. New Excel 2007 software commands and updated MINITAB commands at the ends of chapters. A Practice Test has been added to the end of each chapter to help students evaluate their understanding of the material and prepare for an examination. The practice test includes a section on vocabulary and a section of problems. Revised end of chapter exercises and data sets for currency, including Major League Baseball and Real Estate data. Goals have been changed to Learning objectives and are identified next to the applicable content throughout the chapters. More real world data and scenarios are used in exercises and examples, providing students with more realistic and relevant applications and motivation. Optional computer exercises and web-based exercise allow students to use technology and the internet for very current information and data for projects at the direction of the instructor. Statistics in Action boxes (about 2 per chapter) provide additional short yet enriching readings on business and economics as well as the history and development of the field. Internet exercises related to companies, markets, government organizations, and university data sets enhance students? facility and with and use of data. Instructors and students will find these web exercises and data sets useful because they allow the student to experiment with real world examples, and apply their statistical knowledge in up-to-date applications. They also afford students to gain more comfort and familiarity with the vast resources available online. A Pronunciation Key listing the math symbol, its meaning, and how to pronounce it follows at the end of chapter. This helps students gain confidence in the language of statistics and retain the meaning of the symbol. (It also helps a student understand the professor's lectures when new symbols, etc. are introduced).

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