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StatCrunch Groups
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Name/Description Administrator Created Members
Weiss Elementary Statistics 9/e
This group provides the StatCrunch reports that accompany the book Elementary Statistics 9/e by Neil A. Weiss.
naweiss@scNov 22, 20141
MATH504OL_Winter15
Granite State College, faculty: Jarema
pjaremaNov 20, 20141
Weiss Introductory Statistics 10/e
This group provides the StatCrunch reports that accompany the book Introductory Statistics 10/e by Neil A. Weiss.
naweiss@scNov 19, 20141
Transfer Final Projectblokteva@usj.eduNov 19, 20142
MA155 Kinnison
Cellphone Preferences!
28246341_ecollege_semsmlpNov 18, 20142
Pennsylvania College of Health Sciencesmarymjtaylor@aol.comNov 18, 20141
exercise: good, bad, or otheramtremblay@usj.eduNov 17, 20143
Clopton MA15528246675_ecollege_semsmlpNov 15, 20142
Math142 stats sec9084 F14emmanuelakanyirigeNov 11, 201417
Mth120 Fall 2014 KernlerdankernlerNov 7, 201421
Elgin CC Groupmsullivan13803Nov 7, 20147
Test filespburch@vcu.eduNov 6, 20141
MA-155-06 Rudd
Survey
28245610_ecollege_semsmlpNov 6, 20142
Traditional Class Math 227 Project IIwongd@lamission.eduNov 5, 201433
stat 1330kait.earlNov 5, 20141

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