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Kevin Arlin already gave my "best" answer in All of Statistics. That said, statistics is a large topic. If you're looking specifically at inference and statistical learning and want a rigorous exposition of most of the different methodologies used I would recommend Elements of Statistical Learning, although it assumes a heavier mathematics ...


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Gunaydan. Here is a lit review of US math elementary textbooks evolution: https://www.jstor.org/stable/41103881?seq=1 Realistically your question is so broad that I think you need to learn more before you can even ask the right questions. But maybe this will get you thinking. For example, I would think about restricting your scope to two to three countries ...


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As a student of mathematics taking a statistics course next semester, I have been plagued with this problem. I have found a solution in "Lectures on Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics" by Marco Taboga, which is a collection of many lectures and exercises from the website https://www.statlect.com/.


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