# Statistics Notes for BSc Pdf

## Statistics Notes for BSc

We are going to share with you the notes for different classes as mention above just for the help of our students, so that they can perform best in exams and in the near future, they can become good citizen of our society and take part in the development of our country. Would you like to read the notes or you can download them into your computer for offline learning. Students should take keen interest in study because they are the future of our country. See Below:-

Complete Chapters Notes

Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Presentation of Data
Chapter 3 Measures of Central Tendency or Averages
Chapter 4 Measures of Dispersion, Moments and Skewness
Chapter 5 Index Numbers
Chapter 6 Probability
Chapter 7 Random Variables
Chapter 8 Discrete Probability Distributions
Chapter 9 Continuous Probability Distributions
Chapter 10 Simple Regression and Correlation
Chapter 11 Multiple Regression and Correlation
Chapter 12 Curve Fitting by Least Squares
Chapter 13 Time Series Analysis

BSc Statistics Notes for Chapter 1 2 3 4 5

Note: From a substantive point of view, liberation from ideological indoctrination sets the task of forming a value basis, restoring and developing in the educational system the basic foundations of humanitarian knowledge, combining the best examples of universal ideals and principles with the national historical and cultural heritage. The problem of combining state educational institutions, free education with developing educational institutions of non-state, paid education is one of the organizational ones (strictly speaking, the term “free education” is not quite accurate, it is free for students, but this kind of education is paid through the state budget, paid by taxpayers, population as a whole). Obviously, the important social significance of such education, guaranteed by the Constitution of the Russian Federation. Its maintenance and development directly depend on the size of the state budget and the share in it allocated for this purpose. At the same time, the legality of the parallel development of a paid, non-state education system is obvious. Its availability directly depends on the level of incomes of citizens. Paid education system allows to expand the material base of such institutions, provide increased pay for teachers, which allows them to improve on a competitive basis their composition, to qualify for an elevated (elite) level of training, to respond flexibly to emerging new needs for the specialization of such education, etc.