introduction to statistics

  1. Hi!

    I am taking intro to statistics for the winter session. I only have 4 classes left and have to take 3 more tests.

    Does anybody know of a website that gives you sample questions and answers so I can study for my last 3 tests. The next test is on normal distribution and it is giving me a little trouble.

    Thanks

    Tracy
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  3. by   Daytonite
    here are a couple of statistics links i have. i don't know if they will be what you are looking for since statistics is not my area, but you should check them out.

    http://college.hmco.com/mathematics/...nts/index.html - this is the online student resource for understandable statistics, 8th edition, by charles and corrinne brase. these are links into study resources. i linked into the flashcards and picked a chapter at random and a nice set of cards came up. have fun perusing around this site.

    http://www.algebralab.org/practice/practice.aspx - this is the site of algebra lab. if you click on statistics what comes up is a list of links into pages of practice problems. this is primarily a high school site so this may be information that is too elementary for college level (i wouldn't know since it looks like greek to me!)
  4. by   nursemomruns
    Quote from nursetracy
    Hi!

    I am taking intro to statistics for the winter session. I only have 4 classes left and have to take 3 more tests.

    Does anybody know of a website that gives you sample questions and answers so I can study for my last 3 tests. The next test is on normal distribution and it is giving me a little trouble.

    Thanks

    Tracy
    Someone previously recommended a book called "Statistics for people who (think they) hate statistics. I believe it's by Neil Salkind. I have looked at it and it seems to explain things pretty easily. All of the statistics texts I have have sample questions in them. Maybe your library has some stats books that may have questions in them. Also, if you do a search on normal distribution, I am sure you will come up with some sites that explain normal distribution.

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