Elementary Statistics Using the Graphing Calculator is written for the introductory statistics course in which the TI-83 or TI-84 Plus graphing calculator is used. It is appropriate for students majoring in any field, and the use of algebra is minimal, although completion of an elementary algebra course is recommended.The hallmarks of Triola's other texts are present here: a friendly writing style, an abundance of relevant exercises with real data, and an emphasis on interpretation of statistical results. In addition, this text provides TI-83 and TI-84 Plus calculator instructions, screen displays and projects.In-depth instructions on the use of TI-83 and TI-84 Plus calculators, including screenshots. Real world examples and exercises, featuring both large and small data sets. End-of-chapter features: Cooperative Group Activities, Technology Projects, Internet Projects, Critical Thinking Problems, Review Exercises Emphasis on interpretation in examples and exercises. Margin Essays: throughout the text illustrate the uses and abuses of statistics in real, practical, and interesting applications. Topics include, "Do Boys or Girls Run in the Family" and "Accuracy of Vote Counts." StatExplore: StatExplore is online statistical software, offering an easy-to-use interface and an alternative to commercial statistical software. StatExplore is customized for this textbook, and is available for use by qualified adopters at no charge. StatExplore is available in the MyMathLab course.