Bolster, L. Carey, and Woodburn, H. Douglas.
. Second Edition. Palo Alto, California: Scott Foresman and Company, 1982.
Special features of this text include a pretest of each skill to be presented, lessons on the skills, and a posttest after the skill has been studied. Recreational puzzles are provided to capture the interest of students.
Clark, Gerlena R., et al.
. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston Publishers, 1982.
A general mathematics book in which emphasis is placed upon basic skill development and practical applications. Worked out examples guide students through the solution process. Exercise practice is organized according to skill and level of ability.
Johnson, Donovan A., and Glenn, William H.
Statistics. St. Louis, Missouri: Webster Publishing Company, 1961.
An excellent booklet that introduces statistics in a very simplified manner.
Nichols, Eugene D., et al.
. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Publishers, 1980.
This book is designed to aid students in making the transition from elementary mathematics to algebra. Chapter 10 includes a section on elementary statistics.
. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston Publishers, 1986.
A complete balanced course for second year algebra students. Special topic pages enrich the course. Included among these are nice introductions to statistics and probability.
. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1981.
A primer for those who want to know about statistics. Basic concepts are explained in words and diagrams without getting involved in complex calculations.
Willcutt, Robert E., Fraze, Patricia R., and Gardilla, Francis J.
. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1984.
Chapter 10 presents a nice introduction to statistics.