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BU221+ - Business Statistics & Probability
An introduction to two critical concepts used in business statistical analysis: descriptive and inferential statistics. Descriptive statistics covers the collection and organization of data into the format that provides useful information to businesses, such as tables, charts, and graphs. Inferential statistics uses samples and their properties to estimate the parameters of a population, such as in polling activities. Gain a full understanding of the use and calculation of averages, means, medians, modes, variances, standard deviations and other data characteristics that indicate data location and variability. Covers probablity and probability distributions, including the binomial and the normal distributions. May include analysis of variance and regression analysis. MS Excel is extensively used. 3 credits.

Hybrid
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Credits 3.0000
Credit Types Grade - UG

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Credits 3.0000
Credit Types Grade - UG

Online
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Credits 3.0000
Credit Types Grade - UG

Pre-Requisite
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Credits 3.0000
Credit Types Grade - UG

WebEnhance
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Credits 3.0000
Credit Types Grade - UG

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