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I'm a few weeks into my first semester of college and I'm beginning to miss math (two years of high school calculus fulfilled my requirements).
I never took a stats class in high school, and though I'll likely be taking one next semester, I want to learn more about it now. I feel like I'm missing out on a vital part of being an educated individual.
So I'm looking for books that provide a basic overview of statistics, as well as books that serve as an introduction to game theory (I'm an evolutionary biology major). I'm not intimidated by lots of math, but I don't know any real statistical terminology beyond the extreme basics (mean, standard deviation, etc).