MyLab Math accompanies the 4th edition of Basic Business Statistics.
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PART 2 MEASURING UNCERTAINTY
4 Basic probability
5 Some important discrete probability distributions
6 The normal distribution and other continuous distributions
7 Sampling distributions
PART 3 DRAWING CONCLUSIONS ABOUT POPULATIONS BASED ONLY ON SAMPLE INFORMATION
8 Confidence interval estimation
9 Fundamentals of hypothesis testing: One-sample tests
10 Hypothesis testing: two sample tests
11 Analysis of variance
PART 4 DETERMINING CAUSE AND MAKING RELIABLE FORECASTS
12 Simple linear regression
13 Introduction to multiple regression
14 Time-series forecasting and index numbers
15 Chi-square tests
ADDITIONAL CHAPTERS AVAILABLE ONLINE (PDF VERSION, INSIDE MYMATHLAB GLOBAL):
PART 5 FURTHER TOPICS IN STATS
16 Multiple regression model building
17 Decision making
18 Statistical applications in quality and productivity management
19 Further non-parametric tests