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INSTRUCTORS

SOLUTIONS
MANUAL
Statistics for Managers Using
Microsoft Excel

4th Edition

David M. Levine,
David Stephan,
Timothy C. Krehbiel
and
Mark L. Berenson

Teaching Tips

32

79

99

101

Chapter 1

108

Chapter 2

119

Chapter 3

Numerical Descriptive Measures

213

Chapter 4

Basic Probability

250

Chapter 5

261

Chapter 6

The Normal Distribution, Other Continuous Distributions, and

Sampling Distributions

281

Chapter 7

309

Chapter 8

336

Chapter 9

Two-Sample Tests with Numerical Data

368

Chapter 10

Analysis of Variance

457

Chapter 11

491

Chapter 12

528

Chapter 13

576

Chapter 14

Multiple Regression Model Building

604

Chapter 15

Time-Series Analysis

657

Chapter 16

Decision Making

704

Chapter 17

Statistical Applications in Quality and Production Management

732

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Preface
The first part of the Instructors Solutions Manual contains our educational philosophy and teaching tips
for each chapter of the text. Instructional tips and solutions for the web cases follow. Answers to parts of
the Springville Herald Case that is integrated throughout the text are provided for most of the chapters
followed by the answers for the Harnswell Sewing Machine Company Case and the Mountain States
Potato Company Case. Solutions to End-of-Section Problems and Chapter Review Problems in each
chapter are included last.
This Instructors Solutions Manual contains many more detailed solutions than did the manual
developed for the third edition of the text. The purpose is to facilitate grading of assignments or exams by
instructors and/or teaching assistants. Screen shots using output from PHStat are integrated throughout.
Most of the problems are solved using PHStat. To present the steps involved in solving a problem, some
intermediate numerical results are presented accurate to only a reasonable number of significant digits.
Hence, instructors are reminded that the final results presented in this manual that are obtained using
PHStat can sometimes be different from those obtained with a hand calculator computed using the
intermediate values due to rounding.
Suggested Course Outlines and Chapter Objectives are available on the following World Wide Web page
http://www.prenhall.com/Levine

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