Amongst the overload of lecture information already circling around your head, you've now got some homework on statistics to do as well! What with other pressing matters like putting the dog out and making a sandwich, you may feel like you haven't got a clue where to begin. You know that you must be able to locate the answers to the given questions somewhere, but you're not quite sure where that somewhere may be! Well, there's always a helping hand available, so here are five handy sources to find the answers you're looking for freely.
Why not be bold and ask your Math teacher? You may feel wary of doing this, especially if they were the one who set the questions, but there is no need to shy away. You'll be surprised at just how much your professor can help you. If they can't give you the definitive answers you're looking for, then they'll most certainly be able to point you in the right direction.
Go to the library! Whatever your task is, you'll be able to find plenty of books on statistics at your local library. You may be lucky and have access to several libraries nearby, such as on campus and in town. If you can't find what you're looking for at one place, be sure to try another -and don't be afraid to ask your librarians for help!
Perhaps the easiest place of all to find your answers is on the internet. There are an abundance of educational websites and Math and statistics sites available to you in an instant if you have internet access. Remember, if you don't, you can always get online at your local libraries. One word of caution when using Internet search engines to conduct your research- make sure that they are reputable sources. Governmental education sites would be reliable, for instance.
Presumably you have a college website, so this might be the first place to look when searching online. You'll already know that the information is trustworthy and that its very purpose is for your use!
Still can't find the answers? Why not ask a friend? The college website may have the facility for you to message someone to ask for advice, or you could just ask a clever friend in your class to help with home study.
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