David S. Moore
William I. Notz
(The Ohio State University)
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Chapter 17: Chance
Chapter 5: Experiments, Good and Bad
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• Case Studies open each chapter with an engaging real-life scenario related to the chapter concepts. The Case Study Evaluated section at the end of each chapter revisits the chapter opening Case Study with follow-up questions, asking students to evaluate what they have learned from the chapter and to apply their knowledge to the Case Study.• “Statistics in Your World” boxed features highlight intriguing instances of stats in action.• “Statistical Controversies” boxed features explore controversial topics and relate them to the chapter material. • “Statistics in Summary” chapter summaries at the end of each chapter help students understand how individual chapters (topics) relate to each other and to the overall practice of statistics.• A variety of exercises makes content engaging and meaningful:
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