Introduction to Probability and Statistics, Second Edition,
Beginning with the historical background of probability theory, this thoroughly revised text examines all important aspects of mathematical probability - including random variables, probability distributions, characteristic and generating functions, stochatic convergence, and limit theorems - and provides an introduction to various types of statistical problems, covering the broad range of statistical inference.;Requiring a prerequisite in calculus for complete understanding of the topics discussed, the Second Edition contains new material on: univariate distributions; multivariate distributions; large-sample methods; decision theory; and applications of ANOVA.;A primary text for a year-long undergraduate course in statistics (but easily adapted for a one-semester course in probability only), Introduction to Probability and Statistics is for undergraduate students in a wide range of disciplines-statistics, probability, mathematics, social science, economics, engineering, agriculture, biometry, and education.
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GENERAL CONCEPTS OF PROBABILITY
RANDOM VARIABLES PROBABILITY
CONCEPTS OF STATISTICS
STATISTICAL DECISION THEORY
GENERAL LINEAR HYPOTHESIS AND ANALYSIS
SOME APPLICATIONS OF ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE
APPENDIX A VECTORS AND MATRICES
APPENDIX B STATISTICAL TABLES
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