CHAPTER 2: VISUAL DESCRIPTION OF DATA
VISUAL DESCRIPTION OF DATA
Learning Outcomes:
After studying this chapter, you should be able to:
summarise categorical data,
summarise numeric data,
Managers can only benefit from statistical findings if the informat
CHAPTER 3: STATISTICAL DESCRIPTION OF DATA
STATISTICAL DESCRIPTION OF DATA
Learning Outcomes:
After studying this chapter, you should be able to:
differentiate and use the different type of measures of location,
differentiate and use the different type of
CHAPTER 6: SAMPLING AND SAMPLING DISTRIBUTIONS
SAMPLING AND SAMPLING DISTRIBUTIONS
Learning Outcomes:
After studying this chapter, you should be able to:
describe the purpose of inferential statistics
distinguish between a sample and a population
explain
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
Learning Outcomes:
After studying this chapter, you should be able to:
explain the difference between data and information
explain the basic terms and concepts of Statistics and provide examples
recognise the different
CHAPTER 4: PROBABILITY
PROBABILITY
Learning Outcomes:
After studying this chapter, you should be able to:
understand the importance of probability in statistical analysis,
define the different types of probability,
describe the properties and concepts of
CHAPTER 5: PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS
PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS
Learning Outcomes:
After studying this chapter, you should be able to:
understand the concept of a probability distribution
describe three common probability distributions used in management p
STATISTICAL TABLES 1
TABLE A.1
Cumulative Standardized Normal Distribution
A(z) is the integral of the standardized normal
distribution from ~ 00 to z (in other words, the
area under the curve to the left ofz). It gives the
probability of a normal random
PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS
Tutorial Exercise 3
1.
Once a week a merchandiser replenishes the stocks of a particular product brand in six stores for
which she is responsible. Experience has shown that there is a one-in-five chance that a given
store will ru
PROBABILITY
Tutorial Exercise 1
1.
In a class of 20 children, 4 of the 9 boys and 3 of the 11 girls are in the athletics team. A person
from the class is chosen to be in the egg and spoon race on Sports Day. Find the probability
that the person chosen is
PROBABILITY
Tutorial Exercise 2
1.
The probability that I am late for work is 0.05. Find the probability that, on two consecutive
mornings,
i.
ii.
2.
I am late for work twice,
I am late for work once.
A mother and her daughter both enter the cake competit
TUTORIAL EXERCISE 3 (ANSWER SCHEME)
Tutorial Exercise 3 (Answer Scheme)
1. i.
This is a Binomial distribution. Because:
a. There exist n number of finite trials, i.e. there are 6 stores where she is responsible.
b. The trials are independent of one anothe
TUTORIAL EXERCISE 1: ANSWER
Tutorial Exercise 1 (Answer)
1. a)
0.35
b)
0.55
c)
0.15
2. a)
0.85
b)
0.37
c)
0.36
3. a)
0.2
b)
0.4
4.
11
30
5.
8
9
6. a)
1
7
b)
3
7
c)
4
7
7. a)
No, since outcomes of these two events can occur simultaneously.
b)
d)
0.75
Let t
1998 American Accounting Association
Accounting Horizons
Vol. 12 No. 2
June 1998
pp. 105-119
Institutional Factors Influencing
China's Accounting Reforms
and Standards
Bing Xiang
Bing Xiang is an Assistant Professor at Hong Kong University of Science and
Appendix
The Case for Global Accounting Standards: Arguments and Evidence
Ann Tarca
Professor of Accounting, University of Western Australia.
Academic Fellow - Research, IFRS Foundation1
Abstract
This paper outlines the arguments for a common set of accou
Venkat M. Iyer
Professor
Department of Accounting and Finance
Bryan School of Business and Economics
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Greensboro, NC 27402
Tel: (336) 256-0187
Email: [email protected]
Education
Ph.D.
Business Administration. J.
International Business & Economics Research Journal
Volume 3, Number 2
China's Accounting Reform Project
Ten Years Of Progress And Challenges
Anne J. Rich (E-mail: [email protected]), Quinnipiac College
Abstract
In 1992, China was committed develo
BAC401 Financial Accounting and Reportin 1
Assignment (15%)
Submission Date 4 June 2015
Economic reforms in the Peoples Republic of China are moving that nation
toward a market driven economy. Chinas accounting pract