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Statistics for Engineers and the Sciences
Illustrates basic statistical concepts with extensive application in engineering and scientific contexts. The text includes optional theortical exercises allowing instructors who choose to emphasize theory to do so without requiring additional materials. The fifth edition contains SAS, MINITAB, EXCEL, and SPSS computer printouts and journal articales and news reports.
Paperback, 1060 pages
Published July 1st 2006 by Prentice Hall
(first published 1984)
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I would give this less than a one if possible. I had to rely on the book the whole semester, and unfortunately, it's not the the type of book one can rely on. I barely learned anything at all from it, and I REALLY tried. I went over every chapter, all the explanations in each section and went through all the example problems... It's explanations are vague and meant for people who already know statistics instead of those who don't know it - which kind of defeats the purpose of a textbook for stud ...more