Beating Murphy's Law: The Amazing Science of Risk

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Delta, 1994 - Business & Economics - 221 pages
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In the first book to offer an overview of risk theory for the layman--its applications, its funny and startling statistics, and how to use it to optimize our lives--Berger has devised an easy way to apply the age-old concept of risk calculation in areas as diverse as sports, gambling, relationships, and the environment. Line art.

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Writing in a breezy pseudo-anecdotal style, Berger, a contributor to Omni magazine, introduces the reader to the science of risk analysis. Using virtually no mathematics, he tells us what the ... Read full review

Contents

Risky Rewards
8
It Aint Just Playing Games
37
You Said What?
64
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Berger is a playwright. He writes, and plays the piano.

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