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Better way to teach statistics?

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  1. Are humans...(a better way to teach stats?) (fwd) by Bob Hayden on 11/18/95.
  2. Re: Are humans...(a better way to teach stats?) (fwd) by Jim LaCasse on 11/18/95.
  3. Re: Are humans...(a better way to teach stats?) (fd) by Pat Ballew on 11/19/95.
  4. Re: Are humans...(a better way to teach stats?) (fwd) by Johnny Hamilton on 11/19/95.
  5. Re: Are humans...(a better way to teach stats?) (fd) by Johnny Hamilton on 11/19/95.
  6. Re: Are humans... (a better way to teach stats?) by Tarin Bross on 11/19/95.
  7. Re: Are humans...(a better way to teach stats?) (fd) by Pat Ballew on 11/20/95.
  8. Re: Are humans...(a better way to teach stats?) (fd) by John Conway on 11/19/95.
  9. Re: Are humans... (a better way to teach stats?) by Tony Thrall on 11/20/95.
  10. Re: Are humans...(a better way to teach stats?) (fwd) by Brian Hutchings on 11/20/95.
  11. Re: Are humans...(a better way to teach stats?) (fd) by Judith Haemmerle on 11/23/95.
  12. Re: Are humans...(a better way to teach stats?) (fd) by Pat Ballew on 11/24/95.
  13. Re: Are humans...(a better way to teach stats?) (fd) by Johnny Hamilton on 11/24/95.
  14. Re[2]: Are humans...(a better way to teach stats?) (fd) by Pat Ballew on 11/26/95.
  15. Re: Are humans...(a better way to teach stats?) (fd) by Judith Haemmerle on 11/26/95.
  16. Re[2]: Are humans...(a better way to teach stats?) (fd) by Johnny E. Hamilton on 11/26/95.
  17. Re: Are humans...(a better way to teach stats?) (fd) (fwd) by Bob Hayden on 11/26/95.
  18. Re: Are humans...(a better way to teach stats?) (fd) (fwd) by Lou Talman on 11/26/95.

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