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Statistics for the utterly confused (edition 2000)

by Lloyd R. Jaisingh

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Provides an introduction to elementary statistics, designed especially for non-math majors. This book provides a step-by-step approach to introductory statistics, stripping away confusing material and clarifying key concepts without long, theoretical discussion. It includes handy icons that offer easy visual aids and 500 self-testing questions.… (more)
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Title:Statistics for the utterly confused
Authors:Lloyd R. Jaisingh
Info:New York: McGraw-Hill, c2000.
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A functional, handy book with straightforward coverage of all the topics you'd hit in Statistics 101. It is far more thorough than a Statistics for Dummies--and harder to read--and requires the reader to come with real interest or a question because it's naturally dry. The book has many, many test questions, which--since this is not marketed as a primer or textbook--seems like overkill. It is not as detailed as a textbook, seems like a reference book, but has many exercises. It is also perfunctory in that it doesn't give many examples of why you might need to know about, for example, confidence intervals. But if you come to the book knowing you want a simple research of confidence intervals, more than what is on Wikipedia, then this might be the book. ( )
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