INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS is one of the first texts published by Duxbury and has been blending innovation with tradition for over thirty years. It was the first statistics text to include case studies in it, and now in the eleventh edition, this text is the first to include java applets in the body of the text. It has been used by hundreds of thousands of students since its first edition. This new edition retains the excellent examples, exercises and exposition that have made it a market leader, and builds upon this tradition of excellence with new technology integration.
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"This edition represents a significant improvement and modernization of a text which was already the best of its kind. The authors have done a wonderful job, particularly with integrating a computerized statistical tool. I commend them."
"I always felt comfortable with the examples used in the textbook because they are usually real-life data. . . .The Tenth Edition brought a welcome change by adding a few 'feel-at-home' type of problems, which help students' understanding of the concepts they are about to learn at first. This is a great idea. I believe in using examples whose contents are familiar (easy to understand) to students so that they can relate themselves to the problem at hand. . . . I would adopt the textbook upon completion."
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Book Description Prindle Weber & Schmidt, 1979. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110878721894