This instructor's manual for Statistics: Concepts and Applications contains full solutions, rather than just answers, to the exercises given in Frank and Althoen's main textbook. It is available directly from the publisher free of charge to all teachers using Statistics: Concepts and Applications as their adopted text. These books, together with the inexpensive supplementary workbook and tutorial ('User-Friendly') and the remarkably powerful and easy-to-use DOS-compatible computer software package (ASP), provide a rigorous and comprehensive undergraduate course in 'classical' statistics.Concepts and Applications Manual Harry Frank, Steven C. Althoen, Amy Collins Siefert ... is menu-driven so the occasional user wouldna#39;t have to releam arbitrary and fussy syntax every time the program was run, and is algorithmically and ... For example, the text does not cover a number of increasingly popular introductory-level topics, such as identification of outliers, box plots, and stem- and-leaf plots.
|Title||:||Instructor's Manual for Statistics, Concepts and Applications|
|Author||:||Harry Frank, Steven C. Althoen, Amy Collins Siefert|
|Publisher||:||CUP Archive - 1994|