# Elementary Statistics 10th edition

Robert Johnson and Patricia Kuby
Publisher: Cengage Learning

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• Chapter 1: Statistics
• 1.1: Americans, Here's Looking at You (1)
• 1.2: What is Statistics? (12)
• 1.3: Measurability and Variability (4)
• 1.4: Data Collection (10)
• 1.5: Comparison of Probability and Statistics (4)
• 1.6: Statistics and Technology
• 1: Chapter Exercises (6)
• 1: Active Examples (9)

• Chapter 2: Descriptive Analysis and Presentation of Single Variable Data
• 2.1: You and the Internet
• 2.2: Graphs, Pareto Diagrams, and Stem-and-Leaf Displays (6)
• 2.3: Frequency Distributions and Histograms (3)
• 2.4: Measures of Central Tendency (8)
• 2.5: Measures of Dispersion (6)
• 2.6: Measures of Position (4)
• 2.7: Interpreting and Understanding Standard Deviation (4)
• 2.8: The Art of Statistical Deception
• 2.9: Mean and Standard Deviation of Frequency Distribution (optional ) (5)
• 2: Chapter Exercises
• 2: Active Examples (10)

• Chapter 3: Descriptive Analysis and Presentation of Bivariate Data
• 3.1: The Kid Is All Grown Up
• 3.2: Bivariate Data (5)
• 3.3: Linear Correlation (11)
• 3.4: Linear Regression (13)
• 3: Chapter Exercises (8)
• 3: Active Examples (8)

• Chapter 4: Probability
• 4.1: Sweet Statistics (1)
• 4.2: Probability of Events (13)
• 4.3: Conditional Probability of Events (1)
• 4.4: Rules of Probability (10)
• 4.5: Mutually Exclusive Events (2)
• 4.6: Independent Events (9)
• 4.7: Are Mutual Exclusiveness and Independence Related? (1)
• 4: Chapter Exercises
• 4: Active Examples (10)

• Chapter 5: Probability Distributions (Discrete Variables)
• 5.1: Caffeine Drinking
• 5.2: Random Variables
• 5.3: Probability Distributions of a Discrete Random Variable (5)
• 5.4: Mean and Variance of a Discrete Probability Distribution (3)
• 5.5: The Binomial Probability Distribution (15)
• 5.6: Mean and Standard Deviation of the Binomial Distribution (4)
• 5: Chapter Exercises (10)
• 5: Active Examples (10)

• Chapter 6: Normal Probability Distributions
• 6.1: Intelligence Scores
• 6.2: Normal Probability Distributions (1)
• 6.3: The Standard Normal Distribution (15)
• 6.4: Applications of Normal Distributions (9)
• 6.5: Notation (3)
• 6.6: Normal Approximation of the Binomial (2)
• 6: Chapter Exercises (7)
• 6: Active Examples (10)

• Chapter 7: Sample Variability
• 7.1: 275 Million Americans (1)
• 7.2: Sampling Distributions (1)
• 7.3: The Sampling Distribution of Sample Means (7)
• 7.4: Application of the Sampling Distribution of Sample Means (14)
• 7: Chapter Exercises (13)
• 7: Active Examples (7)

• Chapter 8: Introduction to Statistical Inferences
• 8.1: Were They Shorter Back Then?
• 8.2: The Nature of Estimation (6)
• 8.3: Estimation of Mean μ ( Known) (13)
• 8.4: The Nature of Hypothesis Testing (5)
• 8.5: Hypothesis Test of Mean μ ( Known): A Probability-Value Approach (9)
• 8.6: Hypothesis Test of Mean μ ( Known ): A Classic Approach (3)
• 8: Chapter Exercises
• 8: Active Examples (10)

• Chapter 9: Inferences Involving One Population
• 9.1: Get Enough Daily Exercise?
• 9.2: Inferences About Mean μ ( Known) (20)
• 9.3: Inferences About the Binomial Probability of Success (8)
• 9.4: Inferences About the Variance and Standard Deviation (7)
• 9: Chapter Exercises (1)
• 9: Active Examples (10)

• Chapter 10: Inferences Involving Two Populations
• 10.1: Students, Credit Cards, and Debt
• 10.2: Dependent and Independent Samples (1)
• 10.3: Inferences Concerning the Mean Difference Using Two Dependent Samples (10)
• 10.4: Inferences Concerning the Difference Between Means Using Two Independent Samples (10)
• 10.5: Inferences Concerning the Difference Between Proportions Using Two Independent Samples (6)
• 10.6: Inferences Concerning the Ratio of Variances Using Two Independent Samples (6)
• 10: Chapter Exercises (3)
• 10: Active Examples (10)

• Chapter 11: Applications of Chi-Square
• 11.1: Cooling a Great Hot Taste
• 11.2: Chi-Square Statistic (4)
• 11.3: Inferences Concerning Multinomial Experiments (11)
• 11.4: Inferences Concerning Contingency Tables (11)
• 11: Chapter Exercises (10)
• 11: Active Examples (7)

• Chapter 12: Analysis of Variance
• 12.1: Time Spent Commuting to Work
• 12.2: Introduction to the Analysis of Variance Technique (3)
• 12.3: The Logic Behind ANOVA (2)
• 12.4: Applications of Single-Factor ANOVA (17)
• 12: Chapter Exercises (13)
• 12: Active Examples (6)

• Chapter 13: Linear Correlation and Regression Analysis
• 13.1: Wheat! Beautiful Golden Wheat!
• 13.2: Linear Correlation Analysis (6)
• 13.3: Inferences about the Linear Correlation Coefficient (14)
• 13.4: Linear Regression Analysis (3)
• 13.5: Inferences Concerning the Slope of the Regression Line (4)
• 13.6: Confidence Interval for Regression (5)
• 13.7: Understanding the Relationship between Correlation and Regression
• 13: Chapter Exercises (4)
• 13: Active Examples (9)

• Chapter 14: Elements of Nonparametric Statistics
• 14.1: Teenagers' Attitudes
• 14.2: Nonparametric Statistics
• 14.3: Comparing Statistical Tests
• 14.4: The Sign Test (9)
• 14.5: The Mann-Whitney U Test (6)
• 14.6: The Runs Test (8)
• 14.7: Rank Correlation (4)
• 14: Chapter Exercises (8)
• 14: Active Examples (10)

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Chapter 1: Statistics
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Chapter 2: Descriptive Analysis and Presentation of Single Variable Data
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Chapter 3: Descriptive Analysis and Presentation of Bivariate Data
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Chapter 4: Probability
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Chapter 5: Probability Distributions (Discrete Variables)
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Chapter 6: Normal Probability Distributions
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Chapter 7: Sample Variability
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Chapter 8: Introduction to Statistical Inferences
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Chapter 9: Inferences Involving One Population
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Chapter 10: Inferences Involving Two Populations
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Chapter 11: Applications of Chi-Square
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Chapter 12: Analysis of Variance
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Chapter 13: Linear Correlation and Regression Analysis
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Chapter 14: Elements of Nonparametric Statistics
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