# Bluman, Elementary Statistics: A Step by Step Approach, High School Edition, © 2024, 1e

For 3rd- and 4th-year Math

The quintessential text for students interested in a nontraditional math pathway, Elementary Statistics: A Step by Step Approach, High School Edition, is accessible to and engaging for a wide range of third- and fourth-year math students. The instructional design follows anon-theoretical approach, and only assumes students have completed algebra.

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The quintessential text for students interested in a nontraditional math pathway, Elementary Statistics: A Step by Step Approach, High School Edition, is accessible to and engaging for a wide range of third- and fourth-year math students. The instructional design follows a non-theoretical approach and only assumes students have completed algebra.

Perfect for Introductory Statistics
Visually appealing layout with considerate text, fully worked examples, and real-world data to support and engage students.
Relevant and diverse chapter-level Statistics Around Us case studies, Speaking of Statistics features, and Data Projects. These features reinforce concepts and challenge students to apply what they have learned and deepen their conceptual understanding.
Technology Step-by-Step instructions show students how to use common statistical software and calculators to solve the types of problems covered in each chapter.
A Teacher Manual, available in print and online, delivers pacing information, lecture support, and answers to the questions in the Student Edition.

A Heightened Digital Experience
An interactive eBook and a Corequisite Workbook provide diagnostic tools for teachers and offer students leveled, guided practice for the math skills necessary for course success.
Additional Technology Step-by-Step instructions, data activities, a student solution manual, and pre-made assessments support and assess understanding.

ALEKS For Introductory Statistics
More practice! Available with the digital subscription, ALEKS® uses adaptive questioning to quickly and accurately determine exactly what topics a student knows and doesn’t know and instructs each student on the topics they are most ready to learn.

Chapter 1: The Nature of Probability and Statistics

Chapter 2: Frequency Distributions and Graphs

Chapter 3: Data Description

Chapter 4: Probability and Counting Rules

Chapter 5: Discrete Probability Distributions

Chapter 6: The Normal Distribution

Chapter 7: Confidence Intervals and Sample Size

Chapter 8: Hypothesis Testing

Chapter 9: Testing the Difference between Two Means, Two Proportions, and Two Variences

Chapter 10: Correlation and Regression

Chapter 11: Sampling and Simulation

Chapter 12 (online only): Other Chi Square Tests

Chapter 13 (online only): Analysis of Variance

Chapter 14 (online only): Nonparametric Statistics

Allan G. Bluman is a professor emeritus at the Community College of Allegheny County, South Campus, near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He has taught mathematics and statistics for over 35 years. He received an Apple for the Teacher award in recognition of his bringing excellence to the learning environment at South Campus. He has also taught statistics for Penn State University at the Greater Allegheny (McKeesport) Campus and at the Monroeville Center. He received his master’s and doctor’s degrees from the University of Pittsburgh. He is also author of Elementary Statistics: A Brief Version and he was a coauthor of Math in Our World. In addition, he is the author of four mathematics books in the McGraw Hill DeMystified Series. They are Pre-Algebra, Math Word Problems, Business Math, and Probability. He is married and has two sons, a granddaughter, and a grandson.

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