Discovering Statistics
by James Hawkes and William Marsh
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Discovering Statistics provides students with applications of statistics in the real world. Integrated throughout the text is TI calculator, Minitab™, and Microsoft Excel support, including Getting Started guides for Minitab™ and Excel. The included data sets are diverse and useful for multiple courses.
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Discovering Statistics, by James Hawkes and William Marsh 2/E
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Statistics and Problem Solving 
1.1  1.3 
Getting Started 
Chapter 2: Data, Reality and Problem Solving 
2.1  2.4 
The Reality of Conducting a Study 
2.5  2.6 
Levels of Measurement 

Chapter 2 Review 
Chapter 3: Organizing, Displaying, and Interpreting Data 
ch 3a 
Frequency Distributions 
ch 3b 
Graphical Displays of Data: Pie Charts and Bar Graphs 
ch 3c 
Graphical Displays of Data: Histograms, Polygons, Stem and Leaf Plots 
ch 3d 
Analyzing Graphs 

Chapter 3 Review 
Chapter 4: Describing Data from One Variable 
4.1  4.3a 
Measures of Location 
4.1  4.3b 
Measures of Dispersion 
4.1  4.3c 
Constructing Samples 
4.4 
Measures of Relative Position 
4.5  4.10 
Applying the Standard Deviation 

Chapter 4 Review 
Chapter 5: Discovering Relationships 
5.2  5.5 
Scatter Plots and Correlation 
5.6  5.9 
Fitting a Linear Model 

Chapter 5 Review 
Chapter 6: Probability, Randomness, and Uncertainty 
6.1  6.4 
Classical Probability 
6.5  6.9 
Probability Rules: Properties, the Complement, and Addition Rules 
6.10  6.11 
Probability Rules: Independence, Multiplication Rules, and Conditional Probability 
6.12a 
Basic Counting Rules 
6.12b 
Additional Counting Techniques 

Chapter 6 Review 
Chapter 7: Probability Distributions, Information about the Future 
7.1  7.4 
Discrete Random Variables 
7.7 
The Binomial Distribution 
7.8 
The Poisson Distribution 
7.9 
The Hypergeometric Distribution 

Chapter 7 Review 
Chapter 8: Continuous Random Variables 
8.3a 
Introduction to the Normal Curve 
8.3b 
Reading a Normal Curve Table 
8.4a 
The Normal Distribution 
8.4b 
z  Transformations 
8.5 
Approximations to Other Distributions 

Chapter 8 Review 
Chapter 9: Samples and Sampling Distribution 
9.1 
Sampling Distributions Simulation 
9.6 
Sampling Distributions (Means) 
9.7 
Sampling Distributions (Proportions) 

Chapter 9 Review 
Chapter 10: Estimating Means and Proportions 
10.1  10.4, 10.6 
Interval Estimation of the Population Mean 
10.5a 
Student's t Distribution 
10.5b 
Interval Estimation of the Population Mean for a Normal Population with Sigma Unknown 
10.6 
Precision and Sample Size 
10.7  10.9 
Estimating Population Attributes 

Chapter 10 Review 

Chapter 11: Introduction to Hypothesis Testing 
11.111.3 
Developing a Hypothesis and Reaching a Conclusion 
11.4a 
Hypothesis Testing Means (P Value) 
11.4b 
Hypothesis Testing Means (z Value) 
11.4c 
Hypothesis Testing Means (t Value) 

Chapter 11 Review 
Chapter 12: Additional Topics with Hypothesis Testing 
12.1a 
Hypothesis Testing Proportions (P Value) 
12.1b 
Hypothesis Testing Proportions (z Value) 
12.2 
Testing Hypothesis about a Population Variance 
12.3a 
Comparing Two Means (Large Independent Samples) 
12.3b 
Comparing Two Means (Small Independent Samples) 
12.4 
Paired Difference 
12.5 
Comparing Two Population Proportions 

Chapter 12 Review 
Chapter 13: Regression, Inference, and Model Building 
13.2  13.4 
Regression Analysis I 
13.8a 
Inference Concerning the Coefficients of the Multiple Regression Model 
13.8b 
ANOVA Regression 

Chapter 13 Review 
Chapter 14: The Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) 
14.2, 14.4 
ANOVA 
Chapter 15: Looking for Relationships in Qualitative Data 
15.2 
ChiSquare Test for Goodness of Fit 
15.3 
ChiSquare Test for Association Between Two Qualitative Variables 

Chapter 15 Review 
Chapter 17: Statistical Process Control 
17.3 
Monitoring with an xbar Chart 
17.4 
Monitoring with an R Chart 
17.5 
Monitoring with a p Chart 

Chapter 17 Review 
Appendix I 
A.1 
The Process of a Statistical Study 
A.2 
Games of Chance 
A.3 
Name that Distribution 
A.4 
Comparing Two Means (Large, Independent Samples) 
A.5 
Comparing Two Means (Small, Independent Samples) 
A.6 
Comparing Two Means (Dependent Samples) 
A.7 
Comparing Two Proportions (Large, Independent Samples) 
A.8 
Comparing Two Population Variances 
A.9 
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Appendix II 
A.10 
Hypothesis Testing  Two Population Variances 
A.11 
Estimating Population Variance 
A.12 
cCharts 
A.13 
Mean Charts Using s 
