To the Teacher 
xi 
Introduction 
xv 

I Collecting data 
1 
1. Sampling 
3 
2. Experimentation 
63 
3. Measurement 
110 

II Organizing data 
141 
4. Tables, graphs, and distributions 
143 
5. Descriptive statistics: Few numbers in place of many 
172 
6. Understanding relationships 
203 
7. The Consumer Price Index and its neighbors 
234 

III Drawing conclusions from data 
259 
8. Probability: The study of randomness 
261 
9. Formal statistical reasoning 
296 

Table A Random digits 
344 
Table B The standard normal distribution 
345 
Table C Normal critical values 
346 
Index 
348 