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ISBN: 9781292058719
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Edición: 3
Copyright: 2015
Páginas: 560

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Business Statistics: Global Edition (ebook)

By Norean R. Sharpe, Richard D. De Veaux, Paul Velleman


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Chapter 1 Data and Decisions (E-Commerce)
Chapter 2 Displaying and Describing Categorical Data (Keen, Inc.)
Chapter 3 Displaying and Describing Quantitative Data (AIG)
Chapter 4 Correlation and Linear Regression (
Chapter 5 Randomness and Probability (Credit Reports and the Fair Isaacs Corporation)
Chapter 6 Random Variables and Probability Models (Metropolitan Life Insurance Company)
Chapter 7 The Normal and Other Continuous Distributions (The NYSE)
Chapter 8 Surveys and Sampling (Roper Polls)
Chapter 9 Sampling Distributions and Confidence Intervals for Proportions (Marketing Credit Cards: T
Chapter 10 Testing Hypotheses about Proportions (Dow Jones Industrial Average)
Chapter 11 Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis Tests for Means (Guinness & Co.)
Chapter 12 More about Tests and Intervals (Traveler’s Insurance)
Chapter 13 Comparing Two Means (Visa Global Organization)
Chapter 14 Inference for Counts: Chi-Square Tests (SAC Capital)
Chapter 15 Inference for Regression (Nambé Mills)
Chapter 16 Understanding Residuals (Kellogg’s)
Chapter 17 Multiple Regression (
Chapter 18 Building Multiple Regression Models (Bolliger and Mabillard)
Chapter 19 Time Series Analysis (Whole Foods Market®)
Chapter 20 Design and Analysis of Experiments and Observational Studies (Capital One)
Chapter 21 Quality Control (Sony)
Chapter 22 Nonparametric Methods (i4cp)
Chapter 23 Decision Making and Risk (Data Description, Inc.)
Chapter 24 Introduction to Data Mining (Paralyzed Veterans of America)