Statistical Techniques in Business and EconomicsAuthor:
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Pub Date: 2011
Lind, Douglas is the author of Statistical Techniques in Business and Economics, published 2011 under ISBN 9780073401805 and 0073401803. Seven hundred eighty four Statistical Techniques in Business and Economics textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, four hundred twenty one used from the cheapest price of $24.88, or buy new starting at $94.97. [read more]
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Different ways to look at a business statistically and improve it.read more
The examples were step by step, clear instructions that were extremely useful.
I think the way the material was explained was too complicated. They should have broke it down a lot more to make it easier to understand.read more
All the graphs helped understand the topics a lot.
The examples are very similar to each other, and that gets confusing. I would like to change the examples and sample problems to ones that are more unique, and make a better impression.read more
The problems in the chapter were a mismatch to the practice problems at the end of the chapter. This was not very helpful.
The various charts and statistical information were very useful and helped me to understand how other industries manage people and money.read more
I learnded how to effectively implement strategies that would enable me to be a better manager and run my day to day operations more effectiently
STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES HOW THEY APPLY TO THE BUSINESS WORLDread more
MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS FOR AN MBA WITH A CONCENTRATION IN MILITARY LOGISTICS
The price for this book was great compared to the price of other books. There should be more of an explanation for completing work problems within the chapters.read more
The class was horrible. The teacher only taught from the slides provided by the books writers. As a class, we had to teach ourselves. This was for a Business Statistics class.
Learned everything that had to do with Statistics in the business degree world.read more
basically learning about what goes on with the money around a business and the places that its expanded to. well because I feel like i really understood what it was all about and enjoyed it.
Pub Date: 2011