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Course: ECON 203, Fall 2010
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&amp; Graphical Tabular Descriptive Techniques Copyright 2005 Brooks/Cole, a division of Thomson Learning, Inc. Chapter 2 1 2.1 Introduction Descriptive statistics involves the arrangement, summary, and presentation of data, to enable meaningful interpretation, and to support decision making. Descriptive statistics methods make use of graphical techniques numerical descriptive measures. The methods...

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