BUSINESS STATISTICS I
Dr. Chua The course outline may be
download from the Blackboard.
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Emails send to my personal account will not receive a reply. Business Statistics, A Two-Semester Text for Business
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NOTE: The new edition of the text has
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the new edition. The professor will
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Course Content The grade for this course is composed of
the mark received for each of the
Chapter Topic following components:
Compon ent Perc ent / Da te Number of Cribsheet
1 Introduction & Data Collection Weight allowed
2 Presenting Data in Tables & Charts Quiz #1 10% Week 4 ONE (letter size, both
3 NumeriicaDescriiptMeasures typewritten) cribsheet
4 Basic Probability
Test 25% Week 8 ONE
5 Discrete Probability Distributions
Quiz #2 10% Week 11 ONE
6 The normal Distribution
11 Online Homework 5% Every Week
7 Sampling Distributions Final Exam 50% TBA THR EE
8 Statistical Application in Quality & Productivity TO TAL 100%
Topics to be tested in
Chapters 1 and 2: Type of data,
Measurement Scales, Stem and Leaf
QUIZ 1 Plot, Frequency/Relative/Percentage
Distribution and OGIVE
Topics tested in quiz 1, and
Chapter 3 ONLINE HOMEWORK
Discrete Probability Distribution,
Binomial Probability, Poisson
QUIZ 2 Probability, Normal and Inverse I will post the website link by
Monday. Please check your
Comprehensive including topics CLT
EXAM (sampling Dist), Control Charts. Blackboard announcement
FORMAT OF THE TEST: All the quizzes, test and exam
will be in Multiple Choice format.
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Topics covered in lecture 1: WHAT IS STATISTICS?
1. Identifying types of data
2. Measurement Scale
3. Stem and Leaf Plot
www.notesolution.com What is Statistics? Statistics can be .
Statistics is the science of collecting, Descriptive Statistics
_ collecting and describing the data
organizing, presenting, analyzing, and - Collect Data e.g
interpreting data to assist in making QMS102 - Present Data e.g. Tables a< Chapter 2>
Transform is the process of using sample results to draw
DATA INFORMATION QMS202 conclusion about the characteristics of a population.
Estimation is used to estimate population parameters
Enables us to estimate unknown population characteristics such as
a population mean or a population proportion
http://www.statscan.ca Hypothesis Testing