The text introduces a knowledge of quantitative methods which will enable students to process numerical information of the type and style found in the business environment. It emphasizes the practical application of quantitative methods to business decision–making.
A rudimentary knowledge of mathematics is assumed, but an additional unit is included on basic mathematics which is suitable for those students who enrol on a business studies course without formal mathematics qualifications.
Topics covered include:
Regression and correlation analysis.
Index numbers and time series.
2. Business Mathematics.
3. Data Presentation.
4. Linear Programming.
5. Regression and Correlation.
7. Probability Distributions.
9. Index Numbers and Time Series.