## Understandable statistics: concepts and methods |

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This book is terrible! It is vague in it's explanations of it's concepts. I had to use this book for an online course. It is by far, the worst textbook I have ever used. And I have three college degrees!!!!!

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### Contents

Table of Prerequisite Material | 1 |

Getting Started | 2 |

Organizing Data | 34 |

Averages and Variation | 74 |

Elementary Probability Theory | 122 |

The Binomial Probability Distribution and Related Topics | 168 |

Normal Distributions | 234 |

Introduction to Sampling Distributions | 292 |

Correlation and Regression | 490 |

ChiSquare and F Distributions | 574 |

Nonparametric Statistics | 660 |

Appendix I Additional Topics | 1 |

Appendix II Tables | 9 |

Photo Credits | 38 |

ANSWERS AND KEY STEPS TO ODDNUMBERED PROBLEMS | 39 |

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