Exploring Statistics: Tales of Distributions by Chris Spatz, PhD Exploring Statistics 10th Edition Corrections

Exploring Statistics: Tales of Distributions Corrections

Corrections to 10th Edition

 

Page & Location Correction Reporter & School
p.44; line 5 under The Mode End sentence with   " amounts just once except for $5.25, which occurred twice." Myrtle Sample
Cal State Univ. - San Bernardino
54; Line 5 of first paragraph Change story to stories Elizabeth Davis
Hendrix College
74; 3rd line above Clue to Future Change texts to tests Author
77; Line 6 under Variability Change sentence to "The whiskers extend from the box to the most distant score that is not an outlier." Patrick LaShell
83; Table 5.3 Dot for Men should be above 70 Author
86; Line 3 Change Girls to Girl Author
104; Figure 6.7; right side Change shaded portion from .48 to .52
Change unshaded portion from .52 to .48
Dave Crowley
Washington University in St. Louis
115; Line 2 above Error Detection Change et at. to et al. Author
116; 3rd line from bottom Highlight formula for Y(hat) Author
126; Figure 7.1 Figure 7.1 should be bar graph Sharon Roberts
Northeastern State University
129; Figure 7.3 Figure 7.3 should be bar graph Sharon Roberts
Northeastern State University
171; 6th line from bottom Change sample to population Author
179; Table 9.2 Conceptual error Billy Pizer
Duke University
186; Line 7 Add comma and space after ρ Author
221; Line 8 after Random Assignment for should be in italics Author
234; Line 4 from bottom Change ∞ to 1 Author
261;
Line 2 above PROBLEMS
Highlight formula for SSerror Author
282; 2nd heading Change Between-cells sums to 
Between-cells sum
Author
294; last problem Change 12.16 to 13.16 Lauren DeLano
Hendrix College
298; Key Terms Change Between-cells sums to 
Between-cells sum
Author
301; Line 1 Add missing quotation mark just before 55.4 Author
301; Line 7 Change 40 to 46 and two-thirds to 71 percent Author
301; Footnote, Line 2 Change Tasking to Taking Author
306; Line 6 of 
Interpretation section
Change (.40 and .67) to (.71 and .46) Bogdan Kostic
Missouri State University
306; Line 8 of 
Interpretation section
Separate risky and experiments with a space Author
312; footnote Change In away to In a way Kevin Spatz 
Hendrix College
318; Line 22 Change cateogies to categories Johnny English
Hendrix College
345; Line 5 Remove a repeated "that" Johnny English
Hendrix College
420; Problem 2.6;  Women Points for heights of 59, 60, & 62 are misplaced on the graph of women heights Elizabeth Budd
Washington University in St. Louis
420; Problem 2.6; Men Points for heights of 67, 68, 70, 73, & 75 are misplaced on the graph of men heights Bogdan Kostic
Missouri State University
420; Problem 2.8 Both Graph X and Graph Y should have dots at the extremes: 0 & 55 for X and 16 & 58 for Y Jennifer Peszka
Hendrix College
423; Problem 3.11 Change $24 to $22. Median = $22 Dave Crowley
Washington University in St. Louis
432 Change Problem 6.24 to Problem 6.25 Author
434; Problem 7.28 z = 3.33 is the same as z = -3.33 in Problem 7.17a. The different proportions (.0005 and .0004) reveal inconsistency by the textbook author. Myrtle Sample
Cal State Univ. - San Bernardino
436; 9th line from bottom, right side Change 7.30 to 8.29 Author
438; Problem 9.17 (f) Change 2.423 to 2.403
Change Retain to Reject
Change p > .02 to p < .02
Kristin Layous
University of California, Riverside
445; Problem 10.30 The unequal-N formula for SEdiff should be used rather than the equal-N formula. SEdiff= 0.773 Dave Crowley
Washington University in St. Louis