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Analyzing Data and Making Decisions: Statistics for Business, Microsoft Excel 2010 Updated Second Edition, 2nd edition

  • Judith Skuce

Published by Pearson Canada (January 5th 2012) - Copyright © 2013

2nd edition

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Overview

Judith Skuce offers an alternative to densely written and confusing Business Statistics texts.  Business Stats is often challenging to teach and requires a resource that offers a clear and straightforward presentation of complex topics. 

 

The second edition of Analyzing Data and Making Decisions continues its student-friendly, straightforward tone and offers an “applications-first” approach. The text is now completely up to date with Excel 2010 instructions and examples.

 

Note: If you are purchasing an electronic version, MyStatLab does not come automatically packaged with it. To purchase MyStatLab, please visit www. MyStatLab.com or you can purchase a package of the physical text and MyStatLab by searching for ISBN 10: 0132844729 / ISBN 13: 9780132844727.  

Table of contents

PART 1:         INTRODUCTION

Chapter 1:      Using Data to Make Better Decisions

 

PART 2:         DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS

Chapter 2:      Using Graphs and Tables to Describe Data

Chapter 3:      Using Numbers to Describe Data

 

PART 3:         BUILDING BLOCKS FOR INFERENTIAL STATISTICS

Chapter 4:      Calculating Probabilities

Chapter 5:      Probability Distributions

Chapter 6:      Using Sampling Distributions to Make Decisions

 

PART 4:         MAKING DECISIONS

Chapter 7:      Making Decisions with a Single Sample

Chapter 8:      Estimating Population Values

Chapter 9:      Making Decisions with Matched-Pairs Samples, Quantitative or Ranked Data

Chapter 10:    Making Decisions with Two Independent Samples, Quantitative or Ranked Data

Chapter 11:    Making Decisions with Three or More Samples, Quantitative Data — Analysis of Variance

Chapter 12:    Making Decisions with Two or More Samples, Qualitative Data

 

PART 5:         ANALYZING RELATIONSHIPS

Chapter 13:    Analyzing Relationships, Two Quantitative Variables

Chapter 14:    Analyzing Relationships, Two or More Variables — Multiple Regression

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