Business Statistics Student Solutions Manual: A First Course by David M. LevineWritten by Pin T. Ng, Northern Arizona State University. Consists of three major sections: the Objective section summarizes what is expected of a student after reading a chapter; the Overview and Key Concepts section provides an overview of the major topics covered in a chapter and lists the important key concepts; Solutions to Even-Numbered Problems section provides extra detail in the problem solutions.
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Business Statistics and Accounting: Made Simple focuses on the principles, approaches, and operations involved in business statistics and accounting, including book-keeping, value added tax, cash and credit, and trial balance. The book first takes a look at basic numerical knowledge, introduction to business statistics, and classification and tabulation. Discussions focus on frequency distributions, discrete and continuous variables, approximation and error, simple mathematical symbols, importance of business calculations, calculating percentages of quantities, and powers and roots. The text then elaborates on time series, pictorial representation of statistical data, graphs, and mean, median, and mode. The manuscript examines the nature and purpose of accounting, double-entry book-keeping to the trial balance level, books of original entry, value added tax, and accounting to the trial balance, with books of original entry. Topics include original entries for petty cash, original entries for the payment of money, double entries for cash and credit transactions, and extracting a trial balance.
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