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The Practically Cheating Statistics Handbook, The Sequel! (2nd Edition)
     

The Practically Cheating Statistics Handbook, The Sequel! (2nd Edition)

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by S. Deviant
 

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The Simplest way to ace Statistics. Are you taking a statistics class right now or very soon? I wrote the Practically Cheating Statistics Handbook so you don't have to struggle anymore. I've been giving my own students this material since I started teaching, and the students who use it never fail, and their average grade is one or two letter grades higher than other

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The Simplest way to ace Statistics. Are you taking a statistics class right now or very soon? I wrote the Practically Cheating Statistics Handbook so you don't have to struggle anymore. I've been giving my own students this material since I started teaching, and the students who use it never fail, and their average grade is one or two letter grades higher than other students in the same class

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BN ID:
2940011096631
Publisher:
Andale LLC
Publication date:
09/03/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,011,589
File size:
1 MB

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The Practically Cheating Statistics Handbook, the Sequel! (2nd Edition) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Mike_Too More than 1 year ago
This book was a life saver in elementary statistics. Unlike the *other* statistics help books out there, this one skips the lengthy explanations and dives right into how to actually perform a calculation. I loved the step-by-step instructions, laid out idiot style. The book starts at decimals (thanks :) ) and ends at chi square. Not for advanced stats, but if you, like me, only need elementary stats then this is definitely the book for you.
benzehabe111 More than 1 year ago
The first smile came at page ten, “How to Detect Fake Statistics.” What a favor for the average Joe. We are a generation of innocent sheep in the dark woods of double-talk. Beware naïve consumer! I suppose it could be argued that this is a reference book for every desk--and it is. I’m just saying that it rises above that. I only needed to review the Table of Contents to realize this is part of daily communication. To be on the outside of the language of statistics is as dangerous as an inability to interpret traffic signs. It’s fun! It’s always a hard sell to convince people that math is enjoyable. Here, however, is where you can save someone you love a great deal of grief: if you have a student in your family, buy this book. This is a lifetime gift. Someone, somewhere, is struggling with math because they don’t know how to appreciate it. Finally, we have an author who understands the subject so well that they make it easy. Loved the book. Whether you are trying to sort through political-speak, banker-speak, retailer-speak, or a math class, you will use this book every month. This belongs next to the classic, How to Lie with Statistics. The Practically Cheating Statistics Handbook has carved out a niche for itself, by demonstrating how to put these mathematical formulas to everyday living. Thank you S. Deviant, for The Practically Cheating Statistics Handbook, and for lighting a pathway through marketing mumbo-jumbo. Michael Ben Zehabe, author of Unanswered Questions in the Sunday News
Anonymous More than 1 year ago