# A Guide to Learning Statistics / Edition 1

ISBN-10: 0070284660

ISBN-13: 9780070284661

Pub. Date: 07/28/1996

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education

This independent study guide is intended to help students enhance their understanding of introductory statistics. Each section of this study guide contains study objectives,an overview of the topics covered,key terms and definitions,worked-out examples,helpful hints to the student,and new exercises and their solutions. This exceptional study tool was created to

## Overview

This independent study guide is intended to help students enhance their understanding of introductory statistics. Each section of this study guide contains study objectives,an overview of the topics covered,key terms and definitions,worked-out examples,helpful hints to the student,and new exercises and their solutions. This exceptional study tool was created to supplement the introductory statistics textbooks published by McGraw-Hill,but certainly can be used in conjuction with any introductory statistics book.

## Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780070284661
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Publication date:
07/28/1996
Series:
McGraw-Hill's Statistics Discovery Ser.

## Related Subjects

INTRODUCTION
How to use this guide
Basic Terms
Describing Data
Tabulating Data
Graphing Data
Stem-and-Leaf Plots and Boxplots
Describing Paired Data
Solutions to Exercises
SUMMARIZING DATA
Central Tendency
Dispersion
Position
Solutions to Exercises
DISCRETE RANDOM VARIABLES
Probability Distributions
Describing Probability Distributions
Binomial Distributions
Describing Binomial Distributions
Solutions to Exercises
NORMAL RANDOM VARIABLES
Normal Probability Distributions
Standard Normal Probability Distributions
Finding Normal Probabilities
Percentiles of Normal Random Variables
Solutions to Exercises
DISTRIBUTIONS OF SAMPLING STATISTICS
The Central Limit Theorem
Normal as Approximation to the Binomial Distribution
Solutions to Exercises
ESTIMATION
Estimators of a Population Mean
Estimators of a Population Variance
Estimations of a Population Proportion
Solutions to Exercises
TESTING HYPOTHESES
(and more...)

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