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Chapter 4 Discrete Probability Distributions
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1. Which of the following are among the three main areas of finance? a. financial institutions b. investments c. financial management d. all of the above are correct e. none of the
Chapter 1 Introduction to Statistics
LEARNING OBJECTIVES The primary objective of chapter 1 is to introduce you to the world of statistics, enabling you to: 1. 2. 3. 4. Define statistics. Be aware of a wide range of applications of statistics in business.
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Chapter 1: Sets and Events
1.2 : Basic Set Theory
SET THEORY The sample space, , is the set of all possible outcomes of an experiment. e.g. if you roll a die,
Chapter 1: Introduction to Statistics
OK, I told you that this is a course in communication. Like any language course, youre going to have to learn to speak the language. Prepare to master a lot of jargon! Datum A single measurement or observation, common
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