Modern Elementary Statistics

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Pearson Prentice Hall, 2007 - Mathematics - 561 pages
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This solid text presents ideas and concepts more clearly for students who have little or no background in statistics. The Twelveth Edition retains all the elements and style that educators nationwide have come to expect—clear prose, excellent problems and precise presentation of mathematics involved—while eliminating some of the computational drudgery.

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Contents

LISTING
12
MEASURES
43
MEASURES
74
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John E. Freund." Professor of Mathematics Emeritus Arizona State University Educated at the University of London, U.C.L.A., Columbia University, and the University of Pittsburgh, Doctor Freund's interest in Mathematics, Logic, and the Philosophy of Science led him to a career in statistics. Keynoted by his approach to statistics as a way of thinking, and as such a refinement of everyday thinking, his textbooks in statistics at various levels and for various fields of application have been bestsellers for fifty years.

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