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Best Calculus and Probability/Statistics textbooks.

DOLO2DOLO2 Registered User Posts: 431 Member
edited April 2007 in Business Major
Can you please tell me which textbooks (Calculus; Probability and Statistics) are the best in order to prepare for the university courses, which books contain the material which is closest to what I will learn at the university? And can I buy the textbook from which I will learn at the University?


Thanks
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Replies to: Best Calculus and Probability/Statistics textbooks.

  • dallas808dallas808 Registered User Posts: 768 Member
    "Statistics for Business and Economics", Anderson, Sweeney & Williams.
  • DOLO2DOLO2 Registered User Posts: 431 Member
    Thanks, any other suggestions?
  • red sox 7327red sox 7327 Registered User Posts: 765 Member
    Just go to the "university's" bookstore and buy the book that they use for the course. The employees at the bookstore will show you what book they use.
  • DOLO2DOLO2 Registered User Posts: 431 Member
    I’m international student so I can’t visit university’s bookstore. And I know which book is used at the university but I can’t find it on Amazon because it is university’s special edition, only available on campus. That’s why I’m interested in books which are closest to what I will learn at the university.
  • dallas808dallas808 Registered User Posts: 768 Member
    OP, the book I mentions is among the most commonly used text for business majors & MBA.
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