## Book description

Practice your way to a higher statistics score

The adage that "practice makes perfect" is never truer than with math problems. Statistics Workbook For Dummies with Online Practice provides succinct content reviews for every topic, with plenty of examples and practice problems for each concept, in the book and online.

Every lesson begins with a concept review, followed by a few example problems and plenty of practice problems. There's a step-by-step solution for every problem, with tips and tricks to help with comprehension and retention. New for this edition, free online practice quizzes for each chapter provide extra opportunities to test your knowledge and understanding.

• Get FREE access to chapter quizzes in an online test bank
• Work along with each chapter or use the test bank for final exam review
• Discover which statistical measures are most meaningful

Scoring high in your Statistics class has never been easier!

1. Cover
2. Introduction
3. Part 1: Getting Off to a Statistically Significant Start
1. Chapter 1: Summarizing Categorical Data: Counts and Percents
2. Chapter 2: Summarizing Quantitative Data: Means, Medians, and More
3. Chapter 3: Organizing Categorical Data: Charts and Graphs
4. Chapter 4: Organizing Quantitative Data: Charts and Graphs
4. Part 2: Probability, Distributions, and the Central Limit Theorem (Are You Having Fun Yet?)
1. Chapter 5: Understanding Probability Basics
2. Chapter 6: Measures of Relative Standing and the Normal Distribution
3. Chapter 7: The Binomial Distribution
4. Chapter 8: The t-Distribution
5. Chapter 9: Demystifying Sampling Distributions and the Central Limit Theorem
5. Part 3: Guesstimating and Hypothesizing with Confidence
1. Chapter 10: Making Sense of Margin of Error
2. Chapter 11: Calculating Confidence Intervals
3. Chapter 12: Deciphering Your Confidence Interval
4. Chapter 13: Testing Hypotheses
5. Chapter 14: Taking the Guesswork Out of p-Values and Type I and II Errors
6. Part 4: Statistical Studies and the Hunt for a Meaningful Relationship
1. Chapter 15: Examining Polls and Surveys
2. Chapter 16: Evaluating Experiments
3. Chapter 17: Looking for Links in Categorical Data: Two-Way Tables
4. Chapter 18: Searching for Links in Quantitative Data: Correlation and Regression
7. Part 5: The Part of Tens
1. Chapter 19: Math Review: Ten Steps to a Better Grade
2. Chapter 20: Top Ten Statistical Formulas
3. Chapter 21: Ten Ways to Spot Common Statistical Mistakes
8. Appendix: Tables for Reference
9. Index