Chances are: the only statistics book you'll ever need

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Madison Books, Aug 25, 1998 - Business & Economics - 207 pages
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"Chances Are" is a book designed to make statistics accessible to everyone, regardless of how much math they remember from school. With Steve Slavin's help, readers can actually teach themselves all the statistics they will ever need.

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When do you draw a bar graph and when a line graph? Although Slavin finally answers that question a few chapters after he poses it, his initial advice is that "sometimes one or the other looks more ... Read full review


Basic Arithmetic Operations
The Mean Median Mode and Range
Frequency Distribution

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STEVE SLAVIN, Ph.D., is the author of many Wiley self-teaching guides, including Precalculus: A Self-Teaching Guide, Quick Business Math: A Self-Teaching Guide and the recently revised All the Math You'll Ever Need: A Self-Teaching Guide.

GINNY CRISONINO has taught math at Union County College in New Jersey for sixteen years. She is the coauthor with Slavin on Precalculus: A Self-Teaching Guide.

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