## An introduction to probability theory and its applications, Volume 1 |

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User Review - redgiant - LibraryThingIf you were to lock me up for a year and allow only one book for the whole time, this is the book I would take with me. The way each problem is treated is delightful. The book is slightly dated and so ... Read full review

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User Review - bluetyson - LibraryThingA really, reall dull mathematics text. An important book, but this one you will not be pleased with having to read, or at least I never came across anyone that was, when I had to use it. Highly detailed and quite complex look at the probability subject for the tertiary level beginner. Read full review

### Contents

THE NATURE OF PROBABILITY THEORY | 3 |

Statistical Probability | 4 |

Historical Note | 6 |

Copyright | |

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AN INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY: THEORY AND ITS APPLICATIONS, 3RD ED, Volume 1 William Feller No preview available - 2008 |

AN INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY THEORY AND ITS APPLICATIONS, 2ND ED, Volume 2 Willliam Feller No preview available - 2008 |

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