An Introduction to Statistics

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Duxbury, 2001 - Mathematics - 700 pages
Many statistics texts lack well-defined connections among materials presented, as if the different topics were disjointed. In this new text, George Woodbury successfully illustrates the natural connections between probability and inferential statistics and between confidence intervals and hypothesis testing, for example. Throughout the text, the author provides explanations that are easy to follow and examples that are concept-based.

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