This book covers statistics topics with a strong emphasis on regression, statistical inference, use of the computer in statistical analysis, and using statistics to make management decisions in the real world. Many of the exercises have marks which indicate whether the exercise should be done with hand computation methods, with a computer, or with a combination of both. There is an increased use of computer analysis, and a data diskette containing the data sets for the computer database comes with each copy of the text.
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With Statistics for Management, Levin and Rubin have provided a non-intimidating business statistics textbook that students can easily read and understand. Like its predecessors, the Seventh Edition includes the absolute minimum of mathematical/statistical notation necessary to teach the material. Concepts are fully explained in simple, easy-to-understand language as they are presented, making the text an excellent source from which to learn and teach. After each discussion, readers are guided through real-world examples to show how textbook principles work in professional practice.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1991. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0138519730