Statistics for Engineers and Scientists - 4th Edition - by William Navidi Prof. - ISBN 9780073401331
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Statistics for Engineers and Scientists
4th Edition
William Navidi Prof.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9780073401331

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Chapter 2.6 - Jointly Distributed Random VariablesChapter 3 - Propagation Of ErrorChapter 3.1 - Measurement ErrorChapter 3.2 - Linear Combinations Of MeasurementsChapter 3.3 - Uncertainties For Functions Of One MeasurementChapter 3.4 - Uncertainties For Functions Of Several MeasurementsChapter 4 - Commonly Used DistributionsChapter 4.1 - The Bernoulli DistributionChapter 4.2 - The Binomial DistributionChapter 4.3 - The Poisson DistributionChapter 4.4 - Some Other Discrete DistributionsChapter 4.5 - The Normal DistributionChapter 4.6 - The Lognormal DistributionChapter 4.7 - The Exponential DistributionChapter 4.8 - Some Other Continuous DistributionsChapter 4.9 - Some Principles Of Point EstimationChapter 4.10 - Probability PlotsChapter 4.11 - The Central Limit TheoremChapter 5 - Confidence IntervalsChapter 5.1 - Large-sample Confidence Intervals For A Population MeanChapter 5.2 - Confidence Intervals For ProportionsChapter 5.3 - Small-sample Confidence Intervals For A Population MeanChapter 5.4 - Confidence Intervals For The Difference Between Two MeansChapter 5.5 - Confidence Intervals For The Difference Between Two ProportionsChapter 5.6 - Small-sample Confidence Intervals For The Difference Between Two MeansChapter 5.7 - Confidence Intervals With Paired DataChapter 5.8 - Confidence Intervals For The Variance And Standard Deviation Of A Normal PopulationChapter 5.9 - Prediction Intervals And Tolerance IntervalsChapter 6 - Hypothesis TestingChapter 6.1 - Large-sample Tests For A Population MeanChapter 6.2 - Drawing Conclusions From The Results Of Hypothesis TestsChapter 6.3 - Tests For A Population ProportionChapter 6.4 - Small-sample Tests For A Population MeanChapter 6.5 - Large-sample Tests For The Difference Between Two MeansChapter 6.6 - Tests For The Difference Between Two ProportionsChapter 6.7 - Small-sample Tests For The Difference Between Two MeansChapter 6.8 - Tests With Paired DataChapter 6.9 - Distribution-free TestsChapter 6.10 - Tests With Categorical DataChapter 6.11 - Tests For Variances Of Normal PopulationsChapter 6.12 - Fixed-level TestingChapter 6.13 - PowerChapter 6.14 - Multiple TestsChapter 7 - Correlation And Simple Linear Regression 509Chapter 7.1 - CorrelationChapter 7.2 - The Least-squares LineChapter 7.3 - Uncertainties In The Least-squares CoefficientsChapter 7.4 - Checking Assumptions And Transforming DataChapter 8 - Multiple RegressionChapter 8.1 - The Multiple Regression ModelChapter 8.2 - Confounding And CollinearityChapter 8.3 - Model SelectionChapter 9 - Factorial ExperimentsChapter 9.1 - One-factor ExperimentsChapter 9.2 - Pairwise Comparisons In One-factor ExperimentsChapter 9.3 - Two-factor ExperimentsChapter 9.4 - Randomized Complete Block DesignsChapter 9.5 - 2p Factorial ExperimentsChapter 10 - Statistical Quality ControlChapter 10.1 - Basic IdeasChapter 10.2 - Control Charts For VariablesChapter 10.3 - Control Charts For AttributesChapter 10.4 - The Cusum ChartChapter 10.5 - Process Capability

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Statistics for Engineers and Scientists stands out for its crystal clear presentation of applied statistics. Suitable for a one or two semester course, the book takes a practical approach to methods of statistical modeling and data analysis that are most often used in scientific work. Statistics for Engineers and Scientists features a unique approach highlighted by an engaging writing style that explains difficult concepts clearly, along with the use of contemporary real world data sets to help motivate students and show direct connections to industry and research. While focusing on practical applications of statistics, the text makes extensive use of examples to motivate fundamental concepts and to develop intuition. McGraw-Hill is also proud to offer ConnectPlus powered by Maple with the fourth edition of Navidi's, Statistics for Engineers and Scientists. This innovative and powerful new system helps your students learn more easily and gives you the ability to customize your homework problems and assign them simply and easily to your students. Problems are graded automatically, and the results are recorded immediately. Natural Math Notation allows for answer entry in many different forms, and the system allows for easy customization and authoring of exercises by the instructor. Navidi's Statistics for Engineers and Scientists, fourth edition, includes the power of McGraw-Hill's LearnSmart - a proven adaptive learning program that helps students learn faster, study more efficiently, and retain more knowledge for greater success. LearnSmart is included in ConnectPlus powered by Maple.

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More Editions of This Book

Corresponding editions of this textbook are also available below:

Statistics for Engineers and Scientists
3rd Edition
ISBN: 9780077417581
Statistics For Engineers And Scientists
3rd Edition
ISBN: 9780073376332
Statistics for Engineers and Scientists (Looseleaf)
4th Edition
ISBN: 9780073515687
STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS+SCIENTISTS
5th Edition
ISBN: 9781259717604
STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS+SCI.-CONNECT
5th Edition
ISBN: 9781260851854
Principles of Statistics for Engineers and Scientists
3rd Edition
ISBN: 9780073376349
Statistics For Engineers And Scientists
6th Edition
ISBN: 9780072551600

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