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Calculus with Analytic Geometry
Stats by By leading with practical data analysis and graphics, "Stats: Modeling the World" gets students " doing statistics" and " thinking statistically" from the start. Students understand what we find in data, why we find it interesting, and how we report it to others as a sound foundation for the challenges of inference. Instructors praise "Stats Modeling the World" as clear and accessible to students, and students report that they enjoy reading the text while learning how to do Statistics with the "Think, Show, "and "Tell "rubric and "What Can Go Wrong?" sections.
Publication Date: 2006