For courses in introductory statistics.
Putting It Together
Statistics: Informed Decisions Using Data, Fifth Edition, gives students the tools to see a bigger picture and make informed choices. As a current introductory statistics instructor, Mike Sullivan III presents a text that is filled with ideas and strategies that work in today’s classroom. His practical emphasis resonates with students and helps them see that statistics is connected, not only to individual concepts, but also with the world at large.
MyLab™ Statistics for this edition takes advantage of data analytics to add additional exercises to high usage chapters. New Technology Support Videos show the author demonstrating easy-to-follow steps to solve a problem in several different formats—by hand, TI-84, and StatCrunch™.
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CHAPTER O. Orientation Questions for Students
CHAPTER CQL. Conceptual Question Library for Statistics (Online Only)
CHAPTER 1. Data Collection
CHAPTER IR1. Integrated Review: Getting Ready for Organizing and Summarizing Data
CHAPTER 2. Organizing and Summarizing Data
CHAPTER IR2. Integrated Review: Getting Ready for Numerically Summarizing Data
CHAPTER 3. Numerically Summarizing Data
CHAPTER IR3. Integrated Review: Getting Ready for Describing the Relation between Two Variables
CHAPTER 4. Describing the Relation between Two Variables
CHAPTER IR4. Integrated Review: Getting Ready for Probability
CHAPTER 5. Probability
CHAPTER 6. Discrete Probability Distributions
CHAPTER IR6. Integrated Review: Getting Ready for the Normal Probability Distribution
CHAPTER 7. The Normal Probability Distribution
CHAPTER 8. Sampling Distributions
CHAPTER IR8. Integrated Review: Getting Ready for Estimating the Value of a Paramater
CHAPTER 9. Estimating the Value of a Parameter
CHAPTER 10. Hypothesis Tests Regarding a Parameter
CHAPTER 11. Inferences on Two Samples
CHAPTER 12. Inference on Categorical Data
CHAPTER 13. Comparing Three or More Means
CHAPTER 14. Inference on the Least-Squares Regression Model and Multiple Regression
CHAPTER 15. Nonparametric Statistics
CHAPTER Appendix. Appendix (Online Only)
CHAPTER STV. StatTalk Video Assessment Questions (Online Only)
CHAPTER SSM1. Mindset
CHAPTER SSM2. Skills for Success
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With training in mathematics, statistics, and economics, Mike Sullivan, III has a varied teaching background that includes 15 years of instruction in both high school and college-level mathematics. He is currently a full-time professor of mathematics and statistics at Joliet Junior College. Mike has numerous textbooks in publication in addition to his Introductory Statistics Series, which include a Developmental Math series, and a Precalculus series, which he writes with his father, Michael Sullivan. Mike has built this book in the classroom, using feedback from his students. He is well aware of the challenges of students taking an introductory statistics course. His goal is for students to be more informed interpreters of data, so that they will be better decision-makers and have stronger critical-thinking skills. When not in the classroom or writing, Mike enjoys spending time with his three children, Michael, Kevin, and Marissa, and playing golf.
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