Probability & statistics

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Prentice Hall, 1990 - Computers - 454 pages
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A developed, complete treatment of undergraduate probability and statistics by a very well known author. The approach develops a unified theory presented with clarity and economy. Included many examples and applications. Appropriate for an introductory undergraduate course in probability and statistics for students in engineering, math, the physical sciences, and computer science.(vs. Walpole/Myers, Miller/Freund, Devore, Scheaffer/McClave, Milton/Arnold)

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Fundamental Concepts
Repeated Trials
The Random Variable

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