Introduction to Statistics, Think & Do 4.1th edition

Scott Stevens
Publisher: Worldwide Center of Mathematics

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• Chapter 1: Introduction
• 1.1: Statistics and Data (12)
• 1.2: Sampling (10)
• 1.3: Lying with Statistics and Percentages (5)
• 1: Discussion Problems
• 1: Summary Worksheet

• Chapter 2: Descriptive Statistics
• 2.1: Averages
• 2.2: Range, Standard Deviation and Variance (12)
• 2.3: Measures of Relative Standing: z-scores (4)
• 2.4: Measures of Relative Standing: Quartiles, Percentiles, and Box Plots (2)
• 2.5: Weighted Averages & Simpson's Paradox (5)
• 2: Discussion Problems
• 2: Summary Worksheet
• 2: Extra Problems (4)

• Chapter 3: Statistical Tables and Graphics
• 3.1: Frequency Distributions
• 3.2: Histograms (13)
• 3.3: Other Statistical Graphics (2)
• 3: Summary Worksheet

• Chapter 4: Introduction to Probability
• 4.1: Basics (9)
• 4.2: Conditional Probability (4)
• 4.3: The Addition Rule (4)
• 4.4: The Multiplication Rule (8)
• 4.5: One Bad Apple - Probabilities of At Least One (4)
• 4: Discussion Problems
• 4: Summary Worksheet
• 4: Extra Problems (1)

• Chapter 5: Discrete Probability Distributions - Binomial Distributions
• 5.1: Discrete Random Variables and Probability Distributions (6)
• 5.2: Binomial Probability Distributions (14)
• 5.3: Mean and Standard Deviation of a Binomial Distribution (4)
• 5: Discussion Problems
• 5: Summary Worksheet

• Chapter 6: Continuous Probability Distributions: Normal Distributions
• 6.1: Continuous Random Variables and The Standard Normal Distribution (7)
• 6.2: Normal Distributions in General (7)
• 6.3: Sampling Distributions
• 6.4: The Central Limit Theorem (7)
• 6.5: The Normal Approximation to the Binomial Distribution (4)
• 6: Summary Worksheet
• 6: Extra Problems (2)

• Chapter 7: Confidence Intervals
• 7.1: Introduction to Confidence Intervals
• 7.2: Estimating a Population Mean and Sample Size (σ known) (5)
• 7.3: Estimating a Population Proportion and Sample Size (11)
• 7.4: Estimating a Population Mean (σ unknown) (10)
• 7.5: A Summary and some loose ends (6)
• 7: Discussion Problem 1 - Nate Silver - 2012 Election
• 7: Discussion Problem 2 - Estimating a Population Size
• 7: Summary Worksheet

• Chapter 8: Hypothesis Testing - One Sample
• 8.1: Foundations of Hypothesis Testing (7)
• 8.2: Hypothesis Tests About a Proportion (12)
• 8.3: Hypothesis Tests About a Mean: σ Not Known (20)
• 8.4: Hypothesis Tests About a Mean: σ Known (Optional) (4)
• 8: Summary Worksheet
• 8: Extra Problems (1)

• Chapter 9: Hypothesis Testing - Two Samples
• 9.1: Hypothesis Tests for Mean Differences: Paired Data (12)
• 9.2: Hypothesis Tests for Two Means: Independent Data (18)
• 9.3: Hypothesis Tests for Two Proportions (12)
• 9: Summary Worksheet (8)

• Chapter 10: Correlation and Regression
• 10.1: Correlation
• 10.2: Linear Regression (19)
• 10.3: The Hypothesis Test Behind the Scenes
• 10.4: Multiple Linear Regression: Controlling for Variables - An Introduction
• 10: Summary Worksheet (3)

• Chapter 11: Additional Hypothesis Tests
• 11.1: Chi-Squared Test for Goodness of Fit (12)
• 11.2: Chi-Squared Test of Independence (16)
• 11.3: ANOVA - An Introduction (10)
• 11: Summary Worksheet

Stevens' Introduction to Statistics: Think & Do textbook is presented in an innovative workbook format, integrating theoretical content with demonstrative examples and exercises in a page-by-page bullet point format. Designed to mimic the style of a typical classroom lecture, new content is initially summarized at the top of the page, followed by a completed demonstrative example before an unfinished example for the student to complete. While students often have difficulty connecting what is learned in a lecture to the corresponding content of a traditional textbook, Stevens' book bridges this gap by combining lecture notes, examples, exercises, and textbook content into a single, well-organized workbook. The digital version contains video solutions to selected exercises.

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