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Statistics: 1,001 Practice Problems For Dummies (+ Free Online Practice)

Statistics: 1,001 Practice Problems For Dummies (+ Free Online Practice)

Consumer Dummies

ISBN: 978-1-118-77604-9

Aug 2014

504 pages

In Stock



1,001 practice opportunities to score higher in statistics

1,001 Statistics Practice Problems For Dummies takes you beyond the instruction and guidance offered in Statistics For Dummies to give you a more hands-on understanding of statistics. The practice problems offered range in difficulty, including detailed explanations and walk-throughs.

In this series, every step of every solution is shown with explanations and detailed narratives to help you solve each problem. With the book purchase, you’ll also get access to practice statistics problems online. This content features 1,001 practice problems presented in multiple choice format; on-the-go access from smart phones, computers, and tablets; customizable practice sets for self-directed study; practice problems categorized as easy, medium, or hard; and a one-year subscription with book purchase.

  • Offers on-the-go access to practice statistics problems
  • Gives you friendly, hands-on instruction
  • 1,001 statistics practice problems that range in difficulty

1,001 Statistics Practice Problems For Dummies provides ample practice opportunities for students who may have taken statistics in high school and want to review the most important concepts as they gear up for a faster-paced college class.

Introduction 1

Part I: The Questions 5

Chapter 1: Basic Vocabulary 7

Chapter 2: Descriptive Statistics 11

Chapter 3: Graphing 21

Chapter 4: Random Variables and the Binomial Distribution 33

Chapter 5: The Normal Distribution 43

Chapter 6: The t-Distribution 51

Chapter 7: Sampling Distributions and the Central Limit Theorem 57

Chapter 8: Finding Room for a Margin of Error 71

Chapter 9: Confidence Intervals: Basics for Single Population Means and Proportions 75

Chapter 10: Confidence Inter vals for Two Population Means and Proportions 91

Chapter 11: Claims, Tests, and Conclusions 97

Chapter 12: Hypothesis Testing Basics for a Single Population Mean: z- and t-Tests 105

Chapter 13: Hypothesis Tests for One Proportion, Two Proportions, or Two Population Means 117

Chapter 14: Surveys 127

Chapter 15: Correlation 131

Chapter 16: Simple Linear Regression 139

Chapter 17: Two-Way Tables and Independence 153

Part II: The Answers 165

Chapter 18: Answers 167

Appendix: Tables for Reference 469

Index 481