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on 9 October 2001
I found this text invaluable whilst studying the "quantitative management" module of a post-graduate business course. It provided a useful revision of various A-level mathematics statistics theories and was a good introductory text for students on the course who had no prior statistical knowledge. The clear, logical and easy-to-read layout included an abundance of fully-explained (and realistic) examples which helped consolidate one's learning of the theories. I particularly appreciated the "plain-speaking" approach in this book which is so often lacking in academic texts. It really did make learning easier!
Possibly it could benefit from a "further reading" or "references" section at the end of each chapter to point out other relevant texts that may be of use to students seeking further application or detail on a topic.
All-in-all I can highly recommend this text as a learning resource.
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on 31 May 2001
I bought this book to assist my work as a business analyst as I had forgotten a lot of the statistical techniques I learnt at school and university.
The book is well arranged and has a "user friendly" feel. It explains matters fairly simply and has plenty of worked examples.
However the book suffers from one major drawback - it is full of basic errors that should have been corrected by proper proof reading. I spotted 15 errors in the first five chapters. Some of these are pure typos but others include basic mathematical errors such as putting a "+" instead of a "-" and stating that 500 x 0.2 = 1 (it should state 500 x 0.2% = 1). These errors are very annoying and I would recommend other introductory statistics books that have been properly proof read before publication.
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on 23 May 2014
I bought the book as a second-hand item. It was described as in very good condition and that's precicely how it arrived. It also came at a very low cost, so I had to wait a little longer for deliver by standard post. I will definitely try to do business with this vendor again.
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on 16 September 2013
Nothing much to say. It is the same as the previous editions but as we know the subject will not change much.
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on 15 December 2015
Excellent product and transaction
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