For Introductory Statistics-Algebra-Based, Intro to Business Statistics-One or Two Term, Elementary Statistics Using Excel is written for the introductory statistics course where Excel is required. It is appropriate for students majoring in any field. The use of algebra is minimal, although completion of an elementary algebra course isrecommended. *Excel is integrated throughout the entire text with Excel-generated graphs and output, as well as instructions for obtaining the output. *Easily identifiable icons mark examples that use Excel and exercises where it would be appropriate to use Excel to solve the problem. *Internet Projects included at the end of every chapter involve the student in applications using data found on the Internet. The projects can be found at http://www.awl.com/Triola. *Interpretation of results is emphasized throughout the text, particularly in the worked examples and exercises. *More than half of the exercises use real data. In addition to the real data included throughout the book, many exercises refer to the 20 data sets listed in Appendix B. *A CD-ROM, provided with the text, contains the Appendix B Data Sets formatted for Excel, and DDXL, an Excel add-in that extends Excels graphics and statistics capabilities. *Full-color design increases reader interest through a functional and visually appealing presentation.