00 SM Frt Mtr - is to provide students primarily in the fields of business administration and economics with a sound conceptual introduction to the

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Solutions Manual to Accompany Essentials of Statistics for Business and Economics Fifth Edition David R. Anderson University of Cincinnati Dennis J. Sweeney University of Cincinnati Thomas A. Williams Rochester Institute of Technology South-Western Cincinnati, Ohio
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Contents Preface Chapter 1. Data and Statistics 2. Descriptive Statistics: Tabular and Graphical Presentations 3. Descriptive Statistics: Numerical Measures 4. Introduction to Probability 5. Discrete Probability Distributions 6. Continuous Probability Distributions 7. Sampling and Sampling Distributions 8. Interval Estimation 9. Hypothesis Testing 10. Comparisons Involving Means 11. Comparisons Involving Proportions and a Test of Independence 12. Simple Linear Regression 13. Multiple Regression
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Preface The purpose of Essentials of Statistics for Business and Economics
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Unformatted text preview: is to provide students, primarily in the fields of business administration and economics, with a sound conceptual introduction to the field of statistics and its many applications. The text is applications-oriented and has been written with the needs of the nonmathematician in mind. The solutions manual furnishes assistance by identifying learning objectives and providing detailed solutions for all exercises in the text. Note: The solutions to the case problems are included in a separate manual. Acknowledgements We would like to provide special recognition to Catherine J. Williams for her efforts in preparing the solutions manual. David R. Anderson Dennis J. Sweeney Thomas A. Williams...
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