Understanding statistics, by William Mendenhall [and] Lyman Ott; Mendenhall, William; Belmont, Calif., : Duxbury Press, c1972; Includes bibliographies;""What is statistics? -- How to phrase an inference: graphical methods -- How to phrase an inference: numerical descriptive methods -- Probability: the mechanism for making inferences -- The bell-shaped normal distribution -- Making inferences: testing hypotheses -- Making inferences: estimation -- Comparisons -- Inferences based on small samples -- Linear models and correlation -- The design of an experiment: getting more information for your money -- Testing the equality of population variances -- Analysis of variance -- Contingency tables -- How to lie with statistics -- Summary""

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