ISBN-10:
0201774666
ISBN-13:
9780201774665
Pub. Date:
03/19/2002
Publisher:
Pearson
Flash Review: Introduction to Statistics / Edition 1

Flash Review: Introduction to Statistics / Edition 1

by Sawyer, David Frey
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ISBN-13: 9780201774665
Publisher: Pearson
Publication date: 03/19/2002
Series: Flash Review Series
Edition description: English and 1964/ Special and Updated to Include New Develop
Pages: 184
Product dimensions: 8.10(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.50(d)

Table of Contents

Forewordv
Introduction1
Overview of Flash Review for Statistics1
Tips for Success2
Using Flash Review for Statistics to Improve Success5
Mapping Flash Review for Statistics to Introductory Statistics Texts7
Unit 1Data and Descriptives11
Chapter 1Statistics, Data, and Design of Experiments14
Section 1.1Statistics as a Field of Study14
Section 1.2Data Concepts16
Section 1.3Design of Experiments17
Chapter 2Graphical Representations of Data20
Chapter 3Numeric Representations of Data24
Section 3.1Measures of Central Tendency24
Section 3.2Measures of Variability25
Unit 2Probability33
Chapter 4Basic Probability37
Section 4.1Fundamentals of Probability37
Section 4.2Probability Rules39
Section 4.3Counting Rules41
Chapter 5Probability Distributions43
Section 5.1Discrete and Continuous Probability Distributions43
Section 5.2Sampling Distribution of the Sample Mean47
Unit 3Inference Part I--Estimation59
Chapter 6Fundamentals of Estimation62
Chapter 7One Population64
Section 7.1Population Mean64
Section 7.2Population Proportion68
Section 7.3Linear Relationships Between Two Variables70
Chapter 8Two Populations77
Section 8.1Difference Between Two Population Means77
Section 8.2Difference Between Two Population Proportions82
Unit 4Inference Part II--Hypothesis Testing95
Chapter 9Fundamentals of Hypothesis Testing98
Chapter 10One Population102
Section 10.1Population Mean102
Section 10.2Population Proportion107
Section 10.3Linear Relationships Between Two Variables109
Chapter 11Two Populations112
Section 11.1Difference Between Two Population Variances112
Section 11.2Difference Between Two Population Means114
Section 11.3Difference Between Two Population Proportions119
Chapter 12More Than Two Populations121
Section 12.1One-Way Analysis of Variance121
Section 12.2Two-Way Analysis of Variance125
Unit 5Nonparametrics144
Chapter 13Tests with Nominal Level Data146
Chapter 14Tests with Ordinal Level Data150
Index167

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