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How does David S. Moore; William I. Notz; Michael Fligner's 2021 9 edn. The Basic Practice of Statistics differ from David S. Moore; George P. McCabe; Bruce Craig's 2021 10 edn Introduction to the Practice of Statistics? Publisher's the same. Please don't discuss or recommend other books in this thread. Out of these two, I prefer a book that

  1. uses color, esp. for diagrams and pictures.

  2. offers a free, accessible solutions manual to all exercises in the book.

David S. Moore is credited as the first author, but he's Long retired. Please be aware that all of my texts are now other hands, even though they continue to bear my name. Please direct text questions to the current authors.

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Basic Practice is a lower level book than Intro Practice.

I used Basic Practice for a no-prerequisite data analysis course, and I used Intro Practice for an algebra-prerequisite elementary stats course.

Both are in color and have free instructor manuals that students can easily find on the internet.

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  • $\begingroup$ I couldn't find instructor solution manual ("ISM") for the aforementioned editions of either of these two books. I'm not referring to older editions. $\endgroup$
    – NNOX Apps
    Sep 4 at 21:46

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