Intended for the one- or two-term general introduction to statistics course with an intermediate algebra prequisite, this best-selling text communicates statistical knowledge to students in a style and language that are familiar to their experience. Case studies are based on interesting situations and use real data. The book emphasizes use of the computer with numerous annotated outputs and computer exercises that can be used as lab assignments. Chapter One introduces ideas of variability and data collection as well as basic terms. Many exercises are set up for solution in Minitab RM, with corresponding instructions. Enhancements to the Seventh Edition include: -- A simpler, clearer, less technical and less computational presentation throughout -- Exercises on multiple tracks: simple exercises to help students acquire confidence in drill/computation and end-of-section/end-of-chapter exercises for practice in critical thinking -- An increased focus on interpreting computer output in the exercises plus simulation exercises -- More real data (all larger data sets are included on a data disk) -- A new section on mean and standard deviation of frequency distributionIntended for the one- or two-term general introduction to statistics course with an intermediate algebra prequisite, this best-selling text communicates statistical knowledge to students in a style and language that are familiar to their ...

Title | : | Minitab Lab Manual for Elementary Statistics |

Author | : | Robert R. Johnson, Linda Harper |

Publisher | : | Brooks/Cole Publishing Company - 1996-01-01 |

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