Applied Statistics (Mohammed A. Shayib)

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Applied Statistics (Mohammed A. Shayib)

An experiment and extensive experience spanning more than 40 years led to the creation of applied statistics.

With a minimum mathematical foundation that does not exceed college algebra, Applied Statistics is intended to introduce the principles, definitions, and vocabulary of the topic in a simple presentation. The reader of Applied Statistics should be equipped to make informed decisions using the data. With only minor adjustments as time permits, the subject of Applied Statistics can be covered in a 15-week, three-hour per-week semester.

A basic introduction to the developing field of statistics is provided in this book. We place a strong emphasis on concepts, definitions, and terminology in this comprehensive text. There is little doubt that by connecting the three foundational concepts outlined above, anyone may have a firm understanding of statistics.

Only College Algebra can be a requirement for the course that covers the entire text in one semester because of the way the material was organized. Six chapters are used to provide the topic.

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