## Statistics: informed decisions using dataFor algebra-based Introductory Statistics Courses.This very popular text is written to promote student success while maintaining the statistical integrity of the course. The author draws on his teaching experience and background in statistics and mathematics to achieve this balance. Three fundamental objectives motivate this text: (1) to generate and maintain student interest, thereby promoting student success and confidence; (2) to provide extensive and effective opportunity for student practice; (3) Allowing for flexibility of teaching styles. Datasets and other resources (where applicable) for this book are available here . |

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User Review - Shannon - GoodreadsThis isn't the exact book but it's the closest I could find. The one I'm reading is a custom edition for my school. I wasn't a fan of this book but only because it has to do with math and I am TERRIBLE at math. Read full review

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Approach boxplot class width club-head speed coefficient of determination column Compute the probability confidence interval Construct a frequency Construct a relative data set data value Draw a scatter event example experiment explanatory variable females Figure following data represent formula frequency bar graph frequency distribution frequency histogram graphing calculator highlight individuals Interpret least-squares regression line level of significance linear correlation coefficient male mean and standard measure of central median MINITAB normal probability plot normally distributed Note to Instructor null hypothesis observations outcomes outliers P-value percentage percentile player population mean population proportion population standard deviation probability distribution Problem randomly selected raw data relative frequency distribution represent the number researcher residual response variable sample mean sample standard deviation sampling distribution scatter diagram Section simple random sample Solution Source standard normal curve statistics stem-and-leaf Step Suppose survey tion U.S. Census Bureau versus Z-score