Statistics for Business and Economics (13th Edition) - 13th Edition - by James T. McClave, P. George Benson, Terry Sincich - ISBN 9780134506593
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13th Edition
James T. McClave, P. George Benson, Terry Sincich
Publisher: PEARSON
ISBN: 9780134506593

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For courses in Introductory Business Statistics.Real Data. Real Decisions. Real Business. Now in its Thirteenth Edition,  Statistics for Business and Economics  introduces statistics in the context of contemporary business. Emphasizing statistical literacy in thinking, the text applies its concepts with real data and uses technology to develop a deeper conceptual understanding. Examples, activities, and case studies foster active learning while emphasizing intuitive concepts of probability and teaching readers to make informed business decisions. The Thirteenth Edition continues to highlight the importance of ethical behavior in collecting, interpreting, and reporting on data, while also providing a wealth of new and updated exercises and case studies.

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