This book is intended for use in the statistical literacy course or an introductory statistics course that emphasizes concepts over computation. The goal is to give students a conceptual understanding of statistics and develop their statistical reasoning skills. This text approaches statistics by presenting an overall picture and then providing explanation of the topics in context. Students develop an understanding of statistics that is reinforced in the exercises and web projects, and by doing some computation.Speaking of weights of cars, you can buy a Hyundai Accent for $3.84 per pound, a Ford Taurus for $5.69 per pound, a BMW ... Now suppose you buy a car which the ownera#39;s manual says weighs 3, 132 pounds, but you find that it really weighsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Statistical reasoning for everyday life|
|Author||:||Jeffrey O. Bennett, William L. Briggs, Mario F. Triola|
|Publisher||:||Addison Wesley - 2001-02-22|