# The Practice of Statistics for Business and Economics 4th edition

David S. Moore, George P. McCabe, Layth C. Alwan, Bruce A. Craig
Publisher: Macmillan Learning

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• Chapter 1: Examining Distributions
• 1.1: Data (2)
• 1.2: Displaying Distributions with Graphs
• 1.3: Describing Distributions with Numbers (3)
• 1.4: Density Curves and the Normal Distributions (5)
• 1: Review Exercises

• Chapter 2: Examining Relationships
• 2.1: Scatterplots
• 2.2: Correlation (1)
• 2.3: Least-Squares Regression (4)
• 2.4: Cautions about Correlation and Regression (2)
• 2.5: Relations in Categorical Data (3)
• 2: Review Exercises

• Chapter 3: Producing Data
• 3.1: Sources of Data
• 3.2: Designing Samples (4)
• 3.3: Designing Experiments (1)
• 3.4: Data Ethics (1)
• 3: Review Exercises (4)

• Chapter 4: Probability: The Study of Randomness
• 4.1: Randomness
• 4.2: Probability Models (4)
• 4.3: General Probability Rules
• 4.4: Random Variables
• 4.5: Means and Variances of Random Variables (1)
• 4: Review Exercises (1)

• Chapter 5: Distributions for Counts and Proportions
• 5.1: The Binomial Distributions (6)
• 5.2: The Poisson Distributions
• 5.3: Toward Statistical Inference
• 5: Review Exercises

• Chapter 6: Introduction to Inference
• 6.1: The Sampling Distribution of a Sample Mean (4)
• 6.2: Estimating with Confidence (3)
• 6.3: Tests of Significance (1)
• 6.4: Using Significance Tests
• 6.5: Power and Inference as a Decision
• 6: Review Exercises (2)

• Chapter 7: Inference for Means
• 7.1: Inference for the Mean of a Population (4)
• 7.2: Comparing Two Means (3)
• 7.3: Additional Topics on Inference (1)
• 7: Review Exercises (2)

• Chapter 8: Inference for Proportions
• 8.1: Inference for a Single Proportion (9)
• 8.2: Comparing Two Proportions
• 8: Review Exercises (1)

• Chapter 9: Inference for Categorical Data
• 9.1: Inference for Two-Way Tables
• 9.2: Goodness of Fit
• 9: Review Exercises (3)

• Chapter 10: Inference for Regression
• 10.1: Inference about the Regression Model (5)
• 10.2: Using the Regression Line (3)
• 10.3: Some Details of Regression Inference
• 10: Review Exercises (2)

• Chapter 11: Multiple Regression
• 11.1: Data Analysis for Multiple Regression (6)
• 11.2: Inference for Multiple Regression (2)
• 11.3: Multiple Regression Model Building
• 11: Review Exercises (2)

• Chapter 12: Statistics for Quality: Control and Capability
• 12.1: Statistical Process Control
• 12.2: Variable Control Charts
• 12.3: Attribute Control Charts
• 12: Review Exercises

• Chapter 13: Time Series Forecasting
• 13.1: Assessing Time Series Behavior
• 13.2: Random Walks
• 13.3: Modeling Trend and Seasonality Using Regression
• 13.4: Lag Regression Models
• 13.5: Moving-Average and Smoothing Models
• 13: Review Exercises

• Chapter 14: One-Way Analysis of Variance
• 14.1: One-Way Analysis of Variance
• 14.2: Comparing Group Means
• 14.3: The Power of the ANOVA Test
• 14: Review Exercises

• Chapter 15: Two-Way Analysis of Variance
• 15.1: The Two-Way ANOVA Model
• 15.2: Inference for Two-Way ANOVA
• 15: Review Exercises

• Chapter 16: Nonparametric Tests
• 16.1: The Wilcoxon Rank Sum Test
• 16.2: The Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test
• 16.3: The Kruskal-Wallis Test
• 16: Review Exercises

• Chapter 17: Logistic Regression
• 17.1: The Logistic Regression Model
• 17.2: Inference for Logistic Regression
• 17.3: Multiple Logistic Regression
• 17: Review Exercises

The Practice of Statistics for Business and Economics 4th edition by Moore et al. helps students develop a working knowledge of data production and interpretation in a business and economics context, giving them the practical tools they need to make data-informed, real-world business decisions from the first day of class. The WebAssign component for this title features randomized questions taken directly from the text, video resources for each section, and links to an eBook.

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• Learning Curve adaptive quizzing available for every chapter.
• StatTutors provide multimedia tutorials with built-in assessments that explore important statistics concepts and procedures.
• Video Technology Manuals provide brief instructions for using specific statistical software (over 50 topics/videos per software) and are available for TI-83/84 calculators, JMP, Excel, Minitab, SPSS, R, and RCmdr.
• Statistical Videos consist of StatClips, StatClips Examples, Statistically Speaking "Snapshots," and StatBoards, including animated lecture videos, whiteboard lessons, and documentary-style footage that illustrate key statistical concepts and help students visualize statistics in real-world scenarios.
• Associated data files from the textbook are available to use for appropriate exercises, formatted for TI-83/84 calculators, JMP, Excel, Minitab, SPSS, R, and RCmdr.
• Downloadable test banks and practice quizzes for each chapter.
• Book specific PowerPoint lecture slides and iClicker slides.
• Instructor and student solution manuals.

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Chapter 2: Examining Relationships
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Chapter 3: Producing Data
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Chapter 4: Probability: The Study of Randomness
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Chapter 5: Distributions for Counts and Proportions
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Chapter 6: Introduction to Inference
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Chapter 7: Inference for Means
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Chapter 8: Inference for Proportions
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Chapter 9: Inference for Categorical Data
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Chapter 10: Inference for Regression
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Chapter 11: Multiple Regression
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Chapter 12: Statistics for Quality: Control and Capability
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Chapter 13: Time Series Forecasting
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Chapter 14: One-Way Analysis of Variance
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Chapter 15: Two-Way Analysis of Variance
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Chapter 16: Nonparametric Tests
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Chapter 17: Logistic Regression
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