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Summary of Business Statistics in Practice
The new edition of Business Statistics in Practice provides a modern, practical, and unique framework for teaching the first course in business statistics. This framework features case study and example-driven discussions of all basic business statistics topics. In addition, the authors have rewritten many of the discussions in this edition and have explained concepts more simply from first principles. The only prerequisite for this text is high school algebra.
Sample questions asked in the 6th edition of Business Statistics in Practice:
A marketing research firm wishes to study the relationship between wine consumption and whether a person likes to watch professional tennis on television. One hundred randomly selected people are asked whether they drink wine and whether they watch tennis. The following results are obtained: Watch Tennis Do Not Watch Tennis Total Drink Wine 16 24 40 Do Not Drink Wine 4 56 60 Total 20 80 100 a What percentage of those surveyed both watch tennis and drink wine? What percentage of those surveyed do neither? b Using the survey data, construct a table of row percentages. c Using the survey data, construct a table of column percentages. d What kind of relationship, if any, seems to exist between whether or not a person watches tennis and whether or not a person drinks wine? e Illustrate your conclusion of part (d) by plotting bar charts of appropriate column percentages for people who watch tennis and for people who do not watch tennis.
Additional ISBNs: 73401838, 9780073401836
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