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User Review  jforrest21  LibraryThingThe story was cute. An over exaggeration is something you will defiantly hear from a child that doesn't want to go to school. I would recommend this book to parents to read to their children during the end of the year when they are just like they don't want to go anymore. Read full review
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User Review  roxygamboa  LibraryThingHonor Brown describes how horrific going to school really is. She dramatizes her teacher as a warty toad, the principal chopping heads off, and her friends being villains and crooks. In the end, she ... Read full review
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Introduction  1 
The Organization of the Text  8 
Chapter  14 
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actually adjusted analysis of covariance analysis of variance Appendix associated assumption average binomial distribution calculated cell Chapter class intervals column confidence interval degrees of freedom dependent variable dummy variables elementary events equal estimate exactly example expected frequencies experiment experimental F test Factor frequency distribution Furthermore given groups independent individual inferences interaction effects linear regression mathematical matrix mean square measurement methods multiple regression normal distribution null hypothesis observations orthogonal comparisons pair partial correlation particular population distribution population mean possible predicted probability distribution problem proportion of variance random sample random variable ratio regression coefficient regression equation rejection represented residual sample mean sample space sampling distribution Section shown significant simple situation SS total standard deviation standard error statistical subjects sum of squares suppose symbolized theoretical treatment trials true Type I error variance accounted vector weights