Elementary Statistics: A Step-by-Step Approach
McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 1994 - 176 pages
Geared toward the student without a strong mathematical background, this text uses a non-theoretical approach in which concepts are explained intuitively and are supported by examples. Students majoring in such fields as natural and social sciences, business, economics, and computer science will understand how statistics applies to their chosen field through the use of examples drawn from such disciplines.
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The Nature of Probability and Statistics
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