**ISBN:** 0155837729

**Author:** Lawrence L Lapin

**Language:** English

**Publisher:** Harcourt Brace Jovanovich (1975)

**Pages:** 591

**Category:** Mathematics

**Subcategory:** Science

**Rating:** 4.1

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Statistics, Meaning and Method book.

Statistics, Meaning and Method book.

Statistics for modern business decisions. New York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1976. xvi, 770 p. 24 cm. £9·15. Quantitative methods for business decisions. 2. View via Publisher.

Quantitative Methods for Business Decisions.

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Problem . 2: A ceramics engineer plans to conduct a test on sample scraps of two epoxy substances to determine the average setting time until bonding. Neither the mean nor the standard deviation for this random variable is know, although a normal distribution may be assumed to apply. I can get the value of A to b. 878 when I do z . /2 and look up the φ(. 5) .9878, but that method does not get the correct answer for the rest of them. Can anyone give me a good detailed explaination of how to do this? Thank you.

I have spent most of my adult life as a writer. Most of that effort was spent writing college text books in statistics and quantitative methods for business and engineering. I was a professor at San Jose State University for all of that time. I also developed two major educational software packages and the ancillary manuals and workbooks to accompany them. Of course novel writing is more fun than textbooks, which themselves were playthings compared to software.