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Statistical Methods for Business

BI 1141

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According to New Revised Syllabus w.e.f. 2009 Nagpur, Maharashtra (INDIA)

Text Book of Statistical Methods for Business

FY BBA (Nagpur)

Author : Surendra Ghatpande

Book ID : 1141

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Contents

1. Introduction to Statistics

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Definitions

1.3 Functions of statistics

1.4 Importance

1.5 Scope of statistics

1.6 Limitations of statistics

1.7 Distrust of statistics

1.8 Collection of data 

1.9 Statistical population 

1.10 Census

1.11 Sampling

1.12 Advantages of sampling

1.13 Sampling methods

1.14 Classification and frequency distributions

1.15 Tabulation

1.16 Frequency distribution

1.17 Cumulative frequency distribution

1.18 Guidelines to prepare frequency distribution

1.19 Graphical representation

2. Measures of Central Tendency

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Requisites of a good average

2.3 Different averages

2.4 Arithmetic mean or mean

2.5 Median

2.6 Mode

2.7 Empirical relation

2.8 Geometric mean

2.9 Harmonic mean

2.10 Partition values

2.11 Solved examples  

3. Measures of Dispersion

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Significance of measuring variation

3.3 Properties of a good measure of dispersion

3.4 Range

3.5 Interquartile range and quartile deviation

3.6 Mean deviation

3.7 Variance and standard deviation

3.8 Relative measures of dispersion

3.9 Moments

3.10 Skewness

4. Co-relation

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Simple correlation

4.3 Scatter diagram

4.4 Covariance

4.5 Coefficient of correlation

4.6 Coefficient of correlation for grouped data

4.7 Rank correlation

5. Regression

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Regression line of Y on X

5.3 Regression line of X on Y

5.4 Properties of regression coefficient

5.5 Properties of regression lines

5.6 Interpretation regression coefficient

5.7 Coefficient of determination

5.8 Correlation and regression analysis

6. Elementary Probability Theory

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Sample space and events

6.3 Algebra of events

6.4 Classical approach of probability

6.5 Axiomatic approach

6.6 Probability of an event: Properties

6.7 Conditional probability

6.8 Concept of independence

6.9 Prerequisites

6.10 Permutations

6.11 Combinations

7. Index Numbers

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Definitions

7.3 Index number as economic barometer

7.4 Types of index numbers

7.5 Problems in construction of index numbers

7.6 Construction of index numbers

7.7 Tests of adequacy of index number formulae

7.8 Cost of living index

8. Time Series Analysis

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Utility of time series

8.3 Components of time series

8.4 Mathematical models for time series

8.5 Measurement of trend

8.6 Measurement of seasonal variations 

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