1. Brase, C.H. and Brase, C.P.
2nd Ed. Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath and Co., 1983. A good book for independent study of statistics. It is readable and offers a Serious study of statistics without using calculus.
2. Huff, D.
. New York: W.W. Norton and Co., 19-54. A brief book, 142 pages, that clearly shows you how to lie with statistics.
3. Jacobs, H.R.
. San Francisco: W.H Freeman and Co., 1970. An excellent reference book for many kinds of math topics. Chapters 7,8 and 9 on counting, probability and statistics respectively present clear theory and many good problems.
4. Markley, N.
, Revised Ed. Lexington, MA: (Ginn Press, 1985. A good book for independent study of probability.
5. Tanur, J.M.
2nd Ed. Oakland, CA: Holden-Day, 1978. Presents essays using statistics in various areas. Excellent. The four major categories used are “Our Biological World,” “Our Political World,” “Our Social World,” and “Our Physical World.”
1. Create a random number table 5 digits across and 10 rows deep.