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### Contents

Statistics | 2 |

Descriptive Analysis and Presentation of SingleVariable Data | 22 |

Descriptive Analysis and Presentation of Bivariate Data | 54 |

Probability | 74 |

Probability Distributions Discrete Variables | 100 |

Normal Probability Distributions | 118 |

Sample Variability | 136 |

Introduction to Statistical Inferences | 152 |

Inferences Involving Two Populations | 208 |

Applications of ChiSquare | 236 |

Analysis of Variance | 254 |

Linear Correlation and Regression Analysis | 272 |

Elements of Nonparametric Statistics | 298 |

Introductory Concepts and Review Lessons | 326 |

Tables | 327 |

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alternative hypothesis Appendix average best fit binomial distribution binomial probability cengagebrain.com Chapter chi-square Choose classical approach classical procedure column confidence interval critical region critical values data value decision degrees of freedom describe determine difference discrete random variable distribution of sample dotplot equal example Explain Figure find the p-value find the probability formula frequency distribution graph histogram hypothesis test independent Input the data level of significance line of best median MINITAB mutually exclusive events null hypothesis OK Enter one-tailed p-value approach pairs percentage population mean proportion random sample random variable randomly selected rank regression right-hand tail sample data Sample information sample means sample space sample statistic sampling distribution scatter diagram select cells set of data shown standard deviation standard error STAT t-distribution Table test statistic tion two-tailed type I error variance voter weight z-score