# Discovering Statistics 3rd edition

Daniel T. Larose
Publisher: Macmillan Learning

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• Chapter 1: The Nature of Statistics
• 1.1: Data Stories: The People Behind the Numbers (3)
• 1.2: An Introduction to Statistics (6)
• 1.3: Gathering Data (10)
• 1: Review Exercises
• 1: Quiz

• Chapter 2: Describing Data Using Graphs and Tables
• 2.1: Graphs and Tables for Categorical Data (12)
• 2.2: Graphs and Tables for Quantitative Data (10)
• 2.3: Further Graphs and Tables for Quantitative Data (6)
• 2.4: Graphical Misrepresentations of Data (3)
• 2: Review Exercises
• 2: Quiz

• Chapter 3: Describing Data Numerically
• 3.1: Measures of Center (16)
• 3.2: Measures of Variability (12)
• 3.3: Working with Grouped Data (5)
• 3.4: Measures of Relative Position and Outliers (12)
• 3.5: Five-Number Summary and Boxplots (7)
• 3: Review Exercises
• 3: Quiz

• Chapter 4: Correlation and Regression
• 4.1: Scatterplots and Correlation (9)
• 4.2: Introduction to Regression (9)
• 4.3: Further Topics in Regression Analysis (5)
• 4: Review Exercises
• 4: Quiz

• Chapter 5: Probability
• 5.1: Introducing Probability (8)
• 5.2: Combining Events (7)
• 5.3: Conditional Probability (16)
• 5.4: Counting Methods (10)
• 5: Review Exercises
• 5: Quiz

• Chapter 6: Probability Distributions
• 6.1: Discrete Random Variables (15)
• 6.2: Binomial Probability Distribution (15)
• 6.3: Poisson Probability Distribution (8)
• 6.4: Continuous Random Variables and the Normal Probability Distribution (26)
• 6.5: Applications of the Normal Distribution (10)
• 6.6: Normal Approximation to the Binomial Probability Distribution (8)
• 6: Review Exercises
• 6: Quiz

• Chapter 7: Sampling Distributions
• 7.1: Central Limit Theorem for Means (13)
• 7.2: Central Limit Theorem for Proportions (8)
• 7: Review Exercises
• 7: Quiz

• Chapter 8: Confidence Intervals
• 8.1: Z Interval for the Population Mean (15)
• 8.2: t Interval for the Population Mean (11)
• 8.3: Z Interval for the Population Proportion (14)
• 8.4: Confidence Intervals for the Population Variance and Standard Deviation (6)
• 8: Review Exercises
• 8: Quiz

• Chapter 9: Hypothesis Testing
• 9.1: Introduction to Hypothesis Testing (6)
• 9.2: Z Test for the Population Mean: Critical-Value Method (10)
• 9.3: Z Test for the Population Mean: p-Value Method (15)
• 9.4: t Test for the Population Mean (13)
• 9.5: Z Test for the Population Proportion (12)
• 9.6: Chi-Square Test for the Population Standard Deviation (8)
• 9.7: Probability of a Type II Error and the Power of a Hypothesis Test (7)
• 9: Review Exercises
• 9: Quiz

• Chapter 10: Two-Sample Inference
• 10.1: Inference for Mean Difference—Dependent Samples (7)
• 10.2: Inference for Two Independent Means (11)
• 10.3: Inference for Two Independent Proportions (8)
• 10.4: Inference for Two Independent Standard Deviations (9)
• 10: Review Exercises
• 10: Quiz

• Chapter 11: Categorical Data Analysis
• 11.1: Χ2 Goodness of Fit Test (6)
• 11.2: Χ2 Tests for Independence and for Homogeneity of Proportions (8)
• 11: Review Exercises
• 11: Quiz

• Chapter 12: Analysis of Variance
• 12.1: One-Way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) (7)
• 12.2: Multiple Comparisons (4)
• 12.3: Randomized Block Design (5)
• 12.4: Two-Way ANOVA (2)
• 12: Review Exercises
• 12: Quiz

• Chapter 13: Inference in Regression
• 13.1: Inference About the Slope of the Regression Line (8)
• 13.2: Confidence Intervals and Prediction Intervals (4)
• 13.3: Multiple Regression (6)
• 13: Review Exercises
• 13: Quiz

• Chapter 14: Nonparametric Statistics (online only)
• 14.1: Introduction to Nonparametric Statistics (1)
• 14.2: Sign Test (7)
• 14.3: Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test for Matched-Pair Data (4)
• 14.4: Wilcoxon Rank Sum Test for Two Independent Samples (2)
• 14.5: Kruskal-Wallis Test (2)
• 14.6: Rank Correlation Test (2)
• 14.7: Runs Test for Randomness (2)
• 14: Review Exercises
• 14: Quiz

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