Fundamentals of Statistics covers topics on the introduction, fundamentals, and science of statistics. The book discusses the collection, organization and representation of numerical data; elementary probability; the binomial Poisson distributions; and the measures of central tendency. The text describes measures of dispersion for measuring the spread of a distribution; continuous distributions for measuring on a continuous scale; the properties and use of normal distribution; and tests involving the normal or student's ‘t’ distributions. The use of control charts for sample means; the ranges and fraction defective; the chi-squared distribution; the F distribution; and the bivariate distributions are also considered. The book deals with the idea of mathematical expectation and its relationship with mean, variance, and covariance, as well as weighted averages, death rates, and time series. Students studying for advanced level education or higher national certificates in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, or Pharmacy, as well as university students taking such courses will find the book invaluable.
Pure Mathematics for Advanced Level, Second Edition is written to meet the needs of the student studying for the General Certificate of Education at Advanced Level. The text is organized into 22 chapters. Chapters 1-5 cover topics in algebra such as operations with real numbers, the binomial theorem, and the quadratic function and the quadratic equation. The principles, methods and techniques in calculus, trigonometry, and co-ordinate geometry are provided as well. Two new chapters have been added: Numerical Methods and Vectors. Mathematics students will find this book extremely useful.
___________________ 'A prescient, devastating commentary on humanity’s disintegrating attachment to reality and truth... Winters has written a 1984 for the 21st century. Not just a thrilling book, but an important one' Blake Crouch, author of Dark Matter and TV series Wayward Pines ___________________ Welcome to Golden State, where the worst crime you can commit is to lie. Laz Ratesic is a veteran of the State’s special police. Those in power rely on Laz to discover the full and final truth. But when a man falls from a roof in suspicious circumstances, it sets in motion a terrifying series of events which will shatter Laz’s world for ever. Because when those in control of the truth decide to twist it, only those with the power to ask questions can fight back. Golden State is an ambitious and frighteningly timely novel set in a world where everything is recorded and no one can be trusted. For anyone who loved The Handmaid's Tale, The Power and Station Eleven.
Shows how dozens of priests sexually abused hundreds of children; how Phila. Archdiocese officials -- incl. Card. Bevilacqua and Card. Krol -- excused and enabled the abuse; and how the law must be changed so that it doesn't happen again. The abuser priests, by choosing children as targets and trafficking on their trust, were able to delay reports of their sexual assaults, to the point where statues of limitations expired. And Archdiocese officials, by burying those reports and covering up the conduct, similarly managed to outlast any statutes of limitation. Even worse, sexually abusive priests were either left quietly in place or "recycled" to unsuspecting new parishes -- vastly expanding the number of children who were abused. A print on demand report.