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Key Message:Essentials of Statistics,Third Editionis the ideal text for readers who want a more economical and streamlined text that covers the essential topics. Drawn from Triola'sElementary Statistics,Tenth Edition,this text provides the same reader-friendly approach with material presented in a real-world context. Key Topics: Introduction to Statistics; Summarizing and Graphing Data; Statistics for Describing, Exploring, and Comparing Data; Probability; Probability Distributions; Normal Probability Distributions; Estimates and Sample Sizes; Hypothesis Testing; Inferences from Two Samples; Correlation and Regression; Chi-Square and Analysis of Variance. Market:For all readers interested in Statistics.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to Statistics|
|Types of Data|
|Design of Experiments|
|Summarizing and Graphing Data|
|Statistics for Describing, Exploring, and Comparing Data|
|Measures of Center|
|Measures of Variation|
|Measures of Relative Standing|
|Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA)|
|Multiplication Rule: Basics|
|Multiplication Rule: Complements and Conditional Probability|
|Bayes' Theorem (on CD-ROM)|
|Binomial Probability Distributions|
|Mean, Variance, and Standard Deviation for the Binomial Distribution|
|Normal Probability Distributions|
|The Standard Normal Distribution|
|Applications of Normal Distributions|
|Sampling Distributions and Estimators|
|The Central Limit Theorem|
|Normal as Approximation to Binomial|
|Estimates and Sample Sizes|
|Estimating a Population Proportion|
|Estimating a Population Mean: s Known|
|Estimating a Population Mean: s Not Known|
|Estimating a Population Variance|
|Basics of Hypothesis Testing|
|Testing a Claim about a Proportion|
|Testing a Claim about a Mean: s Known|
|Testing a Claim about a Mean: s Not Known|
|Testing a Claim about Variation|
|Inferences from Two Samples|
|Inferences about Two Proportions|
|Inferences about Two Means: Independent Samples|
|Inferences from Matched Pairs|
|Correlation and Regression|
|Variation and Prediction Intervals|
|Chi-Square and Analysis of Variance|
|Multinomial Experiments: Goodness-0f-Fit|
|Contingency Tables: Independence and Homogeneity|
|Analysis of Variance|
|Answers to Odd-Numbered Exercises (and All Review Exercises and All Cumulative Review Exercises)|
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