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Práctica de ejercicios Nombre : Luis Alberto Pedroza Hernández Ernesto Otaqui Martinez Luis Alfredo Ruiz Garcia Matrícula : 2810825 2816485 2815335 Nombre del curso: Estadística y pronósticos para la toma de decisiones Nombre del profesor : María Luz Torres Guerrero Módulo I . Estadística Ejercicio I. Fecha : 11 de agosto de 2017 Bibliografía : Hanke, J. E. y Wichern. D. W. (2010). Pronósticos en los negocios (9 a ed.). México: Pearson. Infante-Gil, S. y Zárate de Lara, G. P. (1990). Métodos estadísticos. Un enfoque interdisciplinario (2ª ed.). México: Trillas.. Desarrollo de la práctica: 1. Escribe con tus propias palabras por qué se les llama medidas de tendencia central o medidas de dispersión o variabilidad.
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  • Summer '17
  • juan alvarado
  • Gráfica, Media aritmética, Luis Alberto Pedroza Hernández, Ernesto Otaqui Martínez, Luis Alfredo Ruiz García

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