5 edition of Introduction to Probability found in the catalog.
Published September 22, 2020 by Administrator in Wiley–Blackwell
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Statement | Wiley–Blackwell |
Publishers | Wiley–Blackwell |
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LC Classifications | September 22, 2020 |
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Pagination | xvi, 73 p. : |
Number of Pages | 94 |
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ISBN 10 | nodata |
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Theoretical or Classical Probability: uses the nature of the situation to determine probabilities• This introductory book provides the foundation for many other subjects in Science and Engineering, Economics, Business, and Finance, including those dealt with in our books Athena Scientific, 1996Athena Scientific, 2007and Athena Scientific, 1996.
Learn By Doing: The intuition of most people is that the chance of winning is equal whether we stay or switch — that there is a 50-50 chance of winning with either selection. The only way to answer this question is to perform another experiment. A Question A single flip of a coin has an uncertain outcome.
EXAMPLE: Rolling a Fair Die Each traditional cube-shaped die has six sides, marked in dots with the numbers 1 through 6. Then P A is estimated by the ratio of the number of times A occurs to the number of repetitions, which is called the relative frequency of event A. Solved examples for You Question: Find the probability of getting an even number greater than or equal to 4 in a dice roll.
Provides many theoretical problems that extend the book's coverage and enhance its mathematical foundation solutions are included in the text• With the addition of the chapters on statistical inference in the second edition, it is likely to be a valuable reference for practitioners as well, particularly those seeking to refresh the connections between statistical methods and basic probability.
You may or may not be able to find it online through searching. We are interested in Introduction to Probability probability of an event — the likelihood of the event occurring.
This is called the Law of Large Numbers.
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