Baker & Taylor An introduction to the basics of statistics includes discussions of probability, random variables, the law of large numbers, and statistical estimation.
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Laws of large numbers and the central limit theorem
Polls and sampling
Linear regression . . . and much more
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Use the practice question sets in each chapter to reinforce your knowledge
Check the answers explained to review your understanding of basic concepts