PART ONE. DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS

1. Introduction to Statistics

• 1.1. An Overview of Statistics
• 1.2. Data Classification
• Case Study: Rating Television Shows in the
• United States
• 1.3. Data Collection and Experimental Design
• Activity: Random Numbers
• Uses and Abuses
• Chapter Summary
• Review Exercises
• Chapter Quiz
• Chapter Test
• Real Statistics-Real Decisions-Putting It All Together
• History of Statistics-Timeline
• Technology: Using Technology in Statistics

2. Descriptive Statistics

• 2.1. Frequency Distributions and Their Graphs
• 2.2. More Graphs and Displays
• 2.3. Measures of Central Tendency
• Activity: Mean Versus Median
• 2.4. Measures of Variation
• Activity: Standard Deviation
• 2.5. Measures of Position
• Uses and Abuses
• Chapter Summary
• Review Exercises
• Chapter Quiz
• Chapter Test
• Real Statistics-Real Decisions-Putting It All Together
• Technology: Parking Tickets
• Using Technology to Determine Descriptive
• Statistics
• Cumulative Review: Chapters 1 and 2

PART TWO. PROBABILITY & PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS

3. Probability

• 3.1. Basic Concepts of Probability and Counting
• Activity: Simulating the Stock Market
• 3.2. Conditional Probability and the Multiplication Rule
• Activity: Simulating the Probability of Rolling a 3 or 4
• Case Study: United States Congress
• 3.4. Additional Topics in Probability and Counting
• Uses and Abuses
• Chapter Summary
• Review Exercises
• Chapter Quiz
• Chapter Test
• Real Statistics-Real Decisions-Putting It All Together
• Technology: Simulation: Composing Mozart
• Variations with Dice

4. Discrete Probability Distributions

• 4.1. Probability Distributions
• 4.2. Binomial Distributions
• Activity: Binomial Distribution
• Case Study: Distribution of Number of Hits in
• Baseball Games
• 4.3. More Discrete Probability Distributions
• Uses and Abuses
• Chapter Summary
• Review Exercises
• Chapter Quiz
• Chapter Test
• Real Statistics-Real Decisions-Putting It All Together
• Technology: Simulation: Using Poisson
• Distributions as Queuing Models

5. Normal Probability Distributions

• 5.1. Introduction to Normal Distributions and the Standard Normal Distribution
• 5.2. Normal Distributions: Finding Probabilities
• 5.3. Normal Distributions: Finding Values
• Case Study: Birth Rates in America
• 5.4. Sampling Distributions and the Central Limit Theorem
• Activity: Sampling Distributions
• 5.5. Normal Approximations to Binomial Distributions
• Uses and Abuses
• Chapter Summary
• Review Exercises
• Chapter Quiz
• Chapter Test
• Real Statistics-Real Decisions-Putting It All Together
• Technology: Simulation: Age Distribution in the
• United States
• Cumulative Review: Chapters 3 to 5

PART THREE. STATISTICAL INFERENCE

6. Confidence Intervals

• 6.1. Confidence Intervals for the Mean (¡ Known)
• 6.2. Confidence Intervals for the Mean (¡ Unknown)
• Activity: Confidence Intervals for a Mean
• Case Study: Marathon Training
• 6.3. Confidence Intervals for Population Proportions
• Activity: Confidence Intervals for a Proportion
• 6.4. Confidence Intervals for Variance and Standard Deviation
• Uses and Abuses
• Chapter Summary
• Review Exercises
• Chapter Quiz
• Chapter Test
• Real Statistics-Real Decisions-Putting It All Together
• Technology: Simulation: Most Admired Polls
• Using Technology to Construct Confidence
• Intervals

7. Hypothesis Testing with One Sample

• 7.1. Introduction to Hypothesis Testing
• 7.2. Hypothesis Testing for the Mean (¡ Known)
• 7.3. Hypothesis Testing for the Mean (¡ Unknown)
• Activity: Hypothesis Test for a Mean
• Case Study: Human Body Temperature: What's
• Normal?
• 7.4. Hypothesis Testing for Proportions
• Activity: Hypothesis Test for a Proportion
• 7.5. Hypothesis Testing for Variance and Standard Deviation
• A Summary of Hypothesis Testing
• Uses and Abuses
• Chapter Summary
• Review Exercises
• Chapter Quiz
• Chapter Test
• Real Statistics-Real Decisions-Putting It All Together
• Technology: The Case of the Vanishing Women
• Using Technology to Perform Hypothesis Tests

8. Hypothesis Testing with Two Samples

• 8.1. Testing the Difference Between Means (Independent Samples, ¡1 and ¡2 Known)
• 8.2. Testing the Difference Between Means (Independent Samples, ¡1 and ¡2 Unknown)
• 8.3. Testing the Difference Between Means (Dependent Samples)
• 8.4. Testing the Difference Between Proportions
• A Summary of Hypothesis Testing
• Uses and Abuses
• Chapter Summary
• Review Exercises
• Chapter Quiz
• Chapter Test
• Real Statistics-Real Decisions-Putting It All Together
• Using Technology to Perform Two-Sample
• Hypothesis Tests
• Cumulative Review: Chapters 6 to 8

PART FOUR. MORE STATISTICAL INFERENCE

9. Correlation and Regression

• 9.1 Correlation
• Activity: Correlation by Eye
• 9.2. Linear Regression
• Activity: Regression by Eye
• Case Study: Correlation by Body Measurements
• 9.3. Measures of Regression and Prediction Intervals
• 9.4. Multiple Regression
• A Summary of Hypothesis Testing
• Uses and Abuses
• Chapter Summary
• Review Exercises
• Chapter Quiz
• Chapter Test
• Real Statistics-Real Decisions-Putting It All Together
• Technology: Nutrients in Breakfast Cereals

10. Chi-Square Tests and the F-Distribution

• 10.1. Goodness-of-Fit Test
• 10.2. Independence
• Case Study: Food Safety Survey
• 10.3. Comparing Two Variances
• 10.4. Analysis of Variance
• Uses and Abuses
• Chapter Summary
• Review Exercises
• Chapter Quiz
• Chapter Test
• Real Statistics-Real Decisions-Putting It All Together
• Technology: Teacher Salaries
• Cumulative Review: Chapters 9 and 10

11. Nonparametric Tests

• 11.1. The Sign Test
• 11.2. The Wilcoxon Tests
• Case Study: College Ranks
• 11.3. The Kruskal-Wallis Test
• 11.4. Rank Correlation
• 11.5. The Runs Test
• Uses and Abuses
• Chapter Summary
• Review Exercises
• Chapter Quiz
• Chapter Test
• Real Statistics-Real Decisions-Putting It All Together
• Technology: U.S. Income and Economic