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Author(s): Michael Orkin
Based on years of experience teaching online and in-person, Probability and Statistics Made Interesting integrates the author’s classroom-tested and proven methods and examples to make probability and statistics interesting while still covering the necessary subject matter for a one semester, elementary course.
Probability and Statistics Made Interesting
Author(s): Vivian C. Hsu-Yang
Psychology: Inside and Out will teach your students the major theories and perspectives of psychology past, present, and future. The text was created to give them the information they need, exercises to practice those concepts, and applications for their lives. They will be challenged to critically think about how psychology shapes their lives and the impact that they have on others.
Author(s): Dawn Dabney
Applied Math: General Studies is math workbook for non-STEM majors. The book answers real-world questions using real-world information in the areas of consumer math, finances, very basic statistics, and some linear and exponential modeling.
Author(s): Kaiming Zhao , Haijun Tan, Genqiang Liu
Group Theory is intended as a textbook for a one-term course in group theory for senior undergraduate or graduate students. It provides students with good insight into group theory as quickly as possible. Simplicity and working knowledge are emphasized here over mathematical completeness. This book will provide a rigorous proof-based modern treatment of the main results of group theory. As a result, proofs are in great details with a lot of interesting examples.
Author(s): Carrie Cuttler
The 3rd edition of A Student Guide to SPSS provides easy to follow step-by-step instructions on how to compute introductory and advanced statistics using one of the most popular statistical software programs in psychology, business, education, and other social sciences. Written in a non-intimidating, easy to read language, this guide is suitable for individuals with little to no experience using statistical software.
Author(s): Amy Maddox
Introduction to Statistical Methods, third edition, is a calculus based statistics hybrid book that provides an overview of descriptive and inferential methods including probability distributions, estimation, hypothesis testing, ANOVA, nonparametric procedures, and regression. The book addresses how to analyze both continuous and categorical data with examples containing simulated data.