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Elementary Statistics Using Excel



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Table of Contents

Introduction to Statisticsp. 2
Overviewp. 4
The Nature of Datap. 5
Uses and Abuses of Statisticsp. 11
Design of Experimentsp. 16
Introduction to Excelp. 25
Describing, Exploring, and Comparing Datap. 40
Overviewp. 42
Summarizing Data with Frequency Tablesp. 43
Pictures of Datap. 52
Measures of Centerp. 68
Measures of Variationp. 83
Measures of Positionp. 99
Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA)p. 109
Probabilityp. 126
Overviewp. 128
Fundamentalsp. 128
Addition Rulep. 143
Multiplication Rule: Basicsp. 150
Multiplication Rule: Complements and Conditional Probabilityp. 159
Probabilities Through Simulationsp. 166
Countingp. 170
Probability Distributionsp. 194
Overviewp. 196
Random Variablesp. 197
Binomial Probability Distributionsp. 211
Mean, Variance, and Standard Deviation for the Binomial Distributionp. 221
The Poisson Distributionp. 226
Normal Probability Distributionsp. 240
Overviewp. 242
The Standard Normal Distributionp. 242
Normal Distributions: Finding Probabilitiesp. 256
Normal Distributions: Finding Valuesp. 264
The Central Limit Theoremp. 270
Normal Distribution as Approximation to Binomial Distributionp. 282
Determining Normalityp. 294
Estimates and Sample Sizesp. 310
Overviewp. 312
Estimating a Population Mean: Large Samplesp. 312
Estimating a Population Mean: Small Samplesp. 328
Determining Sample Size Required to Estimate [mu]p. 339
Estimating a Population Proportionp. 345
Estimating a Population Variancep. 358
Hypothesis Testingp. 380
Overviewp. 382
Fundamentals of Hypothesis Testingp. 383
Testing a Claim about a Mean: Large Samplesp. 397
Testing a Claim about a Mean: Small Samplesp. 416
Testing a Claim about a Proportionp. 427
Testing a Claim about a Standard Deviation or Variancep. 435
Inferences from Two Samplesp. 454
Overviewp. 456
Inferences about Two Means: Independent and Large Samplesp. 456
Inferences about Two Means: Matched Pairsp. 467
Inferences about Two Proportionsp. 476
Comparing Variation in Two Samplesp. 487
Inferences about Two Means: Independent and Small Samplesp. 496
Correlation and Regressionp. 520
Overviewp. 522
Correlationp. 522
Regressionp. 541
Variation and Prediction Intervalsp. 554
Multiple Regressionp. 565
Modelingp. 573
Multinomial Experiments and Contingency Tablesp. 588
Overviewp. 590
Multinomial Experiments: Goodness-of-Fitp. 591
Contingency Tables: Independence and Homogeneityp. 605
Analysis of Variancep. 630
Overviewp. 633
One-Way ANOVAp. 635
Two-Way ANOVAp. 648
Statistical Process Controlp. 670
Overviewp. 672
Control Charts for Variation and Meanp. 672
Control Charts for Attributesp. 686
Nonparametric Statisticsp. 700
Overviewp. 702
Sign Testp. 705
Wilcoxon Signed-Ranks Test for Matched Pairsp. 715
Wilcoxon Rank-Sum Test for Two Independent Samplesp. 721
Kruskal-Wallis Testp. 729
Rank Correlationp. 738
Runs Test for Randomnessp. 748
Projects, Procedures, Perspectivesp. 773
A Statistics Group Projectp. 773
Which Procedure Applies?p. 776
A Perspectivep. 778
Appendicesp. 780
Tablesp. 781
Data Setsp. 799
Excel Referencesp. 825
Glossaryp. 827
Bibliographyp. 833
Answers to Odd-Numbered Exercises (and All Review Exercises and All Cumulative Review Exercises)p. 834
Creditsp. 865
Indexp. 867
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