When The College Board created the Advanced Placement (AP) statistics course several years ago, they recommended several college books that closely match their syllabus. The top two books on this "short list" were Moore and McCabe's Introduction to the Practice of Statistics and Moore's The Basic Practice of Statistics. Still, these book lacked several key elements such as activities and special topics. So, starting with the classic features of IPS and BPS, veteran AP statistics instructor Dan Yates has fashioned a text that perfectly matches the College Board’s recommended syllabus. The result is the #1 book in the AP statistics market: The Practice of Statistics, TI-83 Graphing Calculator Enhanced. Because this book was written for bright high school students who are at an advanced reading level, it has also sold to many colleges and universities. These institutions love the idea of a David Moore book integrating the TI-83 Graphing Calculator, which is the most popular statistics calculator in the market. For colleges and universities who require or recommend that their students use the TI-83 Graphing Calculator, TPS is the appropriate text.
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