Business Mathematics and Statistics
The sixth edition provides a thorough grounding in basic mathematical and statisical techniques for business students, and students on a professional course such as accounting. The result is a comprehensive, user-friendly, testing oriented guide to quantitative methods for business. The sixth edition provides a thorough grounding in basic mathematical and statisical techniques for business students, and students on a professional course such as accounting. The result is a comprehensive, user-friendly, testing oriented guide to quantitative methods for business.
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Data and their presentation
Business equations and graphs Functions and Graphs
Linear Equations Quadratic and Cubic Equations 27 Differentiation and Integration
Cost Revenue and Profit Functions Examination examples and questions Part 8 Probability 29 Set Theory and Enumeration 30 Introduction to Proba...
Binomial and Poisson Distributions 34 Normal Distribution
Specialised business applications 35 Linear Inequalities 36 Matrices
Network Planning and Analysis Examination example and questions Answers to student exercises
Answers to examination questions Appendices Compounding and Discounting Tables Random Sampling Numbers
Standard Normal Distribution Tables 473 490
activity amount annual Answer average base calculated chapter charts coefficient compared components considered correlation cost curve defined demand demonstrated described determine diagram discount equal equation error estimate example expected experiment factors Figure firm formula frequency distribution function given gives graph groups identified increase indices interest inventory invested involved known least less linear machine matrix maximum mean measure median method month multiplication normally Note obtained occur particular payment percentage period plotted population probability production profit proportion quantity Question random range regression line relative represent sample seasonal selected shown shows simple situation solutions solving standard deviation statistical STEP Table technique tion trend units variable variation week weights