Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2001 11:07:00 -0400
Reply-To: Laurel Copeland <lacop@UMICH.EDU>
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From: Laurel Copeland <lacop@UMICH.EDU>
Subject: Spanish stats terms
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Can anyone help with this? The student is in high school. A website of
stats terms in Spanish would be nice!
Dear fellow stats teachers:
A new student just entered my class, an exchange student from Spain, who
seems bright mathematically, but isn't too fluent in English yet.
Is there a statistics text that comes in a Spanish version? It isn't
necessary that it's the same text as ours; she can look up the discussion
in her text but follow our schedule of topics and assignments.
Or can someone supply me with a list or source of the Spanish equivalents
of common statistics terms such as median, mode, standard deviation etc.
Our pocket dictionary isn't cutting it. Thanks ( or should I say gracias?)