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# A Quick Tour of the Wolfram Statistics Course Assistant for iPad

Get homework help in your statistics courses with the Wolfram Statistics Course Assistant iPad app. This video gives you a quick overview of how to use the app's intuitive interface to learn and solve problems related to descriptive statistics, distributions, and much more.

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