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Sheldon M. Ross
Academic Press; 5th edition
Table of contents
Front matter, Pages i,iii
Copyright, Page iv
Dedication, Page v
Preface, Pages xiii-xv
Instructor’s Manual for, Pages e1-e3,e5-e60
Chapter 1 – Introduction to Statistics, Pages 1-8
Chapter 2 – Descriptive Statistics, Pages 9-51
Chapter 3 – Elements of Probability, Pages 53-87
Chapter 4 – Random Variables and Expectation, Pages 89-140
Chapter 5 – Special Random Variables, Pages 141-205
Chapter 6 – Distributions of Sampling Statistics, Pages 207-233
Chapter 7 – Parameter Estimation, Pages 235-296
Chapter 8 – Hypothesis Testing, Pages 297-356
Chapter 9 – Regression, Pages 357-444
Chapter 10 – Analysis of Variance, Pages 445-488
Chapter 11 – Goodness of Fit Tests and Categorical Data Analysis, Pages 489-520
Chapter 12 – Nonparametric Hypothesis Tests, Pages 521-551
Chapter 13 – Quality Control, Pages 553-587
Chapter 14 – Life Testing, Pages 589-618
Chapter 15 – Simulation, Bootstrap Statistical Methods, and Permutation Tests, Pages 619-646
Appendix of Tables, Pages 647-652
Index, Pages 653-670
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