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This book is the perfect mix of slow enough for beginners and math-enough for those that are more advanced. The examples used are clear and easy to follow. There are problems worked out in each chapter and plenty of additional exercises, so that a person can check their understanding.
Also, as the book continues, it gets complicated enough that those with a more advanced understanding can still find it challenging. Still, even with the more difficult math, there isn't a massive increase in jargon usage.
The examples are actually something that most people can relate to. I really think, with the most basic of math and statistics, a person could conceptually - and in practice - get something from this piece. Definitely a great text if you have a mixed class of students.
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