Making Sense of Numbers

Making Sense of Numbers
Author : Jane E. Miller
Publisher : SAGE Publications
Total Pages : 608
Release : 2021-08-30
ISBN 10 : 9781544355603
ISBN 13 : 1544355602
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL


Making Sense of Numbers teaches students the skills they need to be both consumers and producers of quantitative research: able to read about, collect, calculate, and communicate numeric information for both everyday tasks and school or work assignments. The text teaches how to avoid making common errors of reasoning, calculation, or interpretation by introducing a systematic approach to working with numbers, showing students how to figure out what a particular number means. The text also demonstrates why it is important to apply a healthy dose of skepticism to the numbers we all encounter, so that we can understand how those numbers can (and cannot) be interpreted in their real-world context. Jane E. Miller uses annotated examples on a wide variety of topics to illustrate how to use new terms, concepts, and approaches to working with numbers. End-of-chapter engagement activities designed based on Miller’s three decades of teaching experience can be used in class or as homework assignments, with some for students to do individually and others intended for group discussion. The book is ideally suited for a range of courses, including quantitative reasoning, research methods, basic statistics, data analysis, and communicating quantitative information. An instructor website for the book at https://edge.sagepub.com/millernumbers1e includes a test bank, editable PowerPoint slides, and tables and figures from the book.

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