Introductory Statistics (OpenStax College)

 
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Introductory Statistics (OpenStax College)

This book is designed for students who are majoring in subjects other than math or engineering and follows the scope and sequence of a one-semester introduction to statistics course.

The emphasis of this text is on the practical applications of statistical knowledge rather than the theory behind it, and it is presumptive that students have had exposure to intermediate algebra.

Collaborative Statistics, written by Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean, served as the basis for this widely used textbook. With the aim of improving relevance and accessibility for students, Introductory Statistics incorporates advances in art, vocabulary, and real-world applications.

We made an effort to make the discipline engaging and memorable so that students could take away practical knowledge from it to enhance their future coursework and better understand the world around them. Collaborative Exercises, TI-83, TI-83+, TI-84+ Calculator Integration, Technology Integration Problems, and Statistics Labs are all included in the course.

Ebook Details

Published
Published Date / Year
(Dec 02, 2019)
License(s)
CC BY 4.0
Hardcover
850 pages
eBook Format
PDF
ISBN-10
1938168208
ISBN-13
978-1938168208

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