Elementary Statistics – Ron Larson, Betsy Farber – 5th Edition

: Picturing the World, Fifth , offers our most accessible approach to statistics—with more than 750 graphical displays that illustrate data, readers are able to visualize key statistical concepts immediately. Adhering to the philosophy that students learn best by doing, this book relies heavily on examples–25% of the examples and exercises are new for this . and Farber continue to demonstrate that statistics is all around us and that it’s easy to understand.

Part One. Descriptive Statistics

1. Introduction to Statistics
2. Descriptive Statistics

Part Two. Probability & Probability Distributions
3. Probability
4. Probability Distributions
5. Normal Probability Distributions

Part Three. Statistical Inference
6. Confidence Intervals
7. Hypothesis Testing with One Sample
8. Hypothesis Testing with Two Samples

Part Four. More Statistical Inference
9. Correlation and
10. Chi-Square Tests and the F-Distribution
11. Nonparametric Tests

Appendix A. Presentation of the Standard Normal Distribution
Appendix B. Tables

  • Table 1 Random Numbers
  • Table 2 Binomial Distribution
  • Table 3 Poisson Distribution
  • Table 4 Standard Normal Distribution
  • Table 5 t-Distribution
  • Table 6 Chi-Square Distribution
  • Table 7 F-Distribution
  • Table 8 Critical Values for the Sign Test
  • Table 9 Critical Values for the Wilcoxon Signed-Rank Test
  • Table 10 Critical Values for the Spearman Rank Correlation
  • Table 11 Critical Values for the Pearson Correlation Coefficient
  • Table 12 Critical Values for the of Runs

Appendix C. Normal Probability Plots and Their Graphs

Title: Elementary Statistics
Author: Ron Larson / Betsy Farber
Edition: 5th Edition
ISBN: 0321693620 | 9780321693624
Type: eBook
Language: English

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