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Intermediate Statistics For Dummies
(For Dummies (Math & Science))
The encore to our hugely successful Statistics For Dummies
The statistics speak for themselves: enrollment in college statistics courses is up 45 percent over the last decade, the number of college-bound students taking the AP Statistics Exam nearly doubled from 2000 to 2003, and Statistics For Dummies has sold more than 65,000 copies in just over two years! This new guide takes statistics students to the next level, offering a refresher on statistics basics and covering concepts and topics typically encountered in second-semester statistics courses, including boxplots and scatterplots, Chebyshev's inequality, outliers, Z-scores, hypothesis tests, and Simpson's paradox.