Understandable Statistics is a thorough, yet approachable statistics text. Designed to help students overcome their apprehension about statistics, the text provides guidance and informal advice showing students the links between statistics and their everyday lives. To reinforce this approach, the book integrates real-life data selected from a variety of sources including journals, periodicals, newspapers and the Internet.
The table of contents listed below has been pulled from an older version of this course, however, it is largely representative of the material uploaded. For a wholely accurate listing feel free to consult the DVD menu once you've finished downloading.
Statistics isn’t just for math majors: now it’s taught in high school, and it’s even a required course for many college degrees in psychology, sociology, business, economics, engineering, and other fields! Now you can master this course quickly and easily with Video Aided Instruction’s Statistics. The ultimate resource for AP high school students, college students, and adult learners, this set covers the standard topics taught in introductory stats classes and is jam-packed with practice questions and strategies for tackling even the most complicated problems.
Many people believe they simply aren’t good at math—that their brains aren’t wired to think mathematically. But just as there are multiple paths to mastering the arts and humanities, there are also alternate approaches to understanding mathematics. One of the most effective methods by far is visualization. If a picture speaks a thousand words, then in mathematics a picture can spawn a thousand ideas.