This edition covers all part of the syllabus for the A-level exam in statistics. Extra topics covered in the text are acceptance sampling, multiple regression, and a chapter devoted to looking at data. It also includes more exercises and references to computer-based methods.
The importance of statistics stem from its usefulness. It is concerned with collecting and analyzing data in order to obtain a better understanding of phenomena. This edition covers all parts of the syllabus for the A-level exam and introduces university students studying statistics in the first year. Extra topics covered in the text are acceptance sampling, multiple regression, and a chapter devoted to looking at data. It also includes more exercises and references to computer-based methods.
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Populations and variates; measures of the centre of a set of observations; samples and populations; the measurement of variability; looking at data; probability; probabilities of compound events; discrete random variable; expectation of a random variable; joint distributions; estimation; collecting data; significance testing; continuous random variables; the normal distribution; sampling distributions of means and related quantities; significance tests using the normal distribution; estimation of intervals and parameters; hypothesis tests using the chi-squared distribution; poisson distribution; correlation; the analysis of variance; simple linear regression; multiple regression.
A Basic Course in Statistics by G. M. Clarke
G. M. Clarke
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