Elementary Statistics

Author(s): Henry R Gibson, Bernard L Dillard

Edition: 4

Copyright: 2016


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Elementary Statistics is written for students with minimal preparation in mathematics while providing instructors a text that is both informative and yet firmly rooted in real-world application, addressing important contemporary issues in sociology, psychology, marketing, finance, medicine, health, factory production, education, biology, anthropology, and so on.

Elementary Statistics by Henry Gibson and Bernard Dillard:

  • infuses energetic, up–to–date images within the text to make statistical ideas a bit more bearable.
  • presents a more in–depth discussion on regression, chi square, and ANOVA.
  • includes a new chapter discussing time series.
  • features access to datasets through a separate and distinct website.


Chapter One: Introduction

Chapter Two: Organizing and Analyzing Data

Chapter Three: Probability

Chapter Four: Normal Distributions

Chapter Five: Central Limit Theorem

Chapter Six: Introduction to Hypothesis Testing

Chapter Seven: Hypothesis Testing

Chapter Eight: Confidence Intervals

Chapter Nine: Regression and Correlation

Chapter Ten: Chi-Square

Chapter Eleven: Analysis of Variance

Chapter Twelve: Time Series

Chapter Thirteen: Additional Topics

Henry R Gibson

Henry R. Gibson is Professor of Mathematics at Fashion Institute of Technology, where he teaches a number of courses, including Statistical Analysis and Quantitative Methods. He received his formal training at New York University and Columbia University. Prior to teaching, he worked on the Apollo missions, during which time all of his flights were successful. Gibson also had a brief career as a Manhattan advertising executive.

Bernard L Dillard

Bernard L. Dillard is an associate professor of mathematics at Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. He enjoys teaching a variety of courses, including Statistical Analysis, Data Analysis for Business Applications, and The Mathematics of Personal Finance. He is the coauthor of Elementary Statistics (4th edition), also published by Kendall Hunt. Away from mathematics, Bernard enjoys acting, modeling, traveling, and watching independent films.

Related ISBN's: 9781465289681, 9781465290205




ISBN 9781465289681

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