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The perfect companion to Statistics Demystified, this handy self-teaching guide explains the fundamentals of probability using common devices such as coins, cards, and dice.
Allan Bluman (North Huntingdon, PA) is a Professor Emeritus of Mathematics at the South Campus of the Community College of Allegheny County. He has taught most of the math and statistics courses on the campus, as well as Arithmetic Fundamentals, since 1972. Professor Bluman has published many articles and books, including Pre-Algebra Demystified and Math Word Problems Demystified.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 – Basic Concepts of Probability
Chapter 2 – Sample Spaces
Chapter 3 – Odds and Expectations
Chapter 4 – The Addition Rules
Chapter 5 – The Multiplication Rules and Conditional Probability
Chapter 6 – Probability and The Counting Rules
Chapter 7 – The Binomial Distribution
Chapter 8 – Other Discrete Probability Distributions
Chapter 9 – Probability and The Normal Distribution