Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Engineers and Scientists – Sheldon M. Ross – 3rd Edition

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This updated classic provides a superior introduction to applied probability and for engineering or majors. Author Sheldon Ross shows how probability yields insight into problems, resulting in an intuitive understanding of the statistical procedures most often used by practicing and scientists.

Real data sets are incorporated in a wide variety of exercises and examples. The Third Edition includes new exercises, examples, and applications, updated material, and more.

New in this edition:

  • New exercises and data examples including: The One-sided Chebyshev Inequality for Data, The Logistics Distribution and Logistic Regression, Estimation and Testing in proofreader problems, Product Form Estimates of Life Distributions, and Observational Studies
  • updated material
  • and new, contemporary applications. Hallmark features of this are, it: reflects Sheldon Ross’ masterfully clear exposition
  • contains numerous examples, exercises, and homework problems
  • is unique, easy-to-use software automates required computations
  • applies probability theory to everyday problems and situations
  • careful development of probability, modeling, and procedures leads to intuitive understanding.
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  • Preface
    Introduction to Statistics
    Descriptive Statistics
    Elements of Probability
    Random Variables and Expectation
    Special Random Variables
    Distributions of Sampling Statistics
    Parameter Estimation
    Hypothesis Testing
    Regression
    Analysis of Variance
    Goodness of Fit Tests and Categorical Data Analysis
    Nonparametric Hypothesis Tests
    Quality Control
    LifeTesting
    Appendix of Tables
  • Citation

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