Probability and Statistics for Engineers – Miller & Freund’s – 8th Edition

This is designed for an introductory course in and statistics for students of engineering and physical sciences. It is rich in and examples. Each chapter begins with an introductory statement and checklist of key terms and concludes with a set of statistical guidelines for correctly applying statistical procedures.

FEATURES: Clear, concise presentation helps students quickly gain an understanding of the . Rich problem sets give students the practice they need to learn the material. Do’s and Don’ts at the end of each chapter help students to apply statistics correctly to avoid misuses. Computer exercises for MINITAB® help students learn and become familiar with this software.

1. Introduction
2. Organization and Description of Data
3. Probability
4. Probability Distributions
5. Probability Densities
6. Sampling Distributions
7. Inferences Concerning a Mean
8. Comparing Two Treatments
9. Inferences Concerning Variances
10. Inferences Concerning Proportions
11. Regression Analysis
12. Analysis of Variance
13. Factorial Experimentation
14. Nonparametric Tests
15. The Statistical Content of Quality-Improvement
16. to Reliability and Life Testing

Title: Probability and Statistics for Engineers
Author: Miller & Freund's / Irwin Miller/ John Freund/ Richard A. Johnson
Edition: 8th Edition
ISBN: 8120342135 | 9788120342132
Type: Solution Manual
Language: English
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