Solution Manual for Business Statistics A First Course 3rd Edition by Sharpe
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|Table of Contents||Part I: Exploring and Collecting Data 1. Data and Decisions (E-Commerce) 2. Displaying and Describing Categorical Data (KEEN, Inc.) 3. Displaying and Describing Quantitative Data (AIG) 4. Correlation and Linear Regression (Amazon.com) Part II: Modeling with Probability 5. Randomness and Probability (Credit Reports and the Fair Isaacs Corporation) 6. Random Variables and Probability Models (Metropolitan Life Insurance Company) 7. The Normal and Other Continuous Distributions (The NYSE) 8. Surveys and Sampling (Roper Polls) 9. Sampling Distributions and Confidence Intervals for Proportions (Marketing Credit Cards: The MBNA Story) 10. Testing Hypotheses about Proportions (Dow Jones Industrial Average) 11. Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis Tests for Means (Guinness & Co.) 12. Comparing Two Means (Visa Global Organization) 13. Inference for Counts: Chi-Square Tests (SAC Capital) 14. Inference for Regression (Nambé Mills) 15. Multiple Regression (Zillow.com) 16. Introduction to Data Mining (Paralyzed Veterans of America)|