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Table of Contents
|Basic Probability||p. 1|
|Descriptive Statistics||p. 14|
|Discrete Random Variables||p. 23|
|Continuous Random Variables||p. 34|
|Examples of Random Variables||p. 42|
|Sampling Theory||p. 58|
|Estimation Theory||p. 75|
|Test of Hypothesis and Significance||p. 85|
|Curve Fitting, Regression, and Correlation||p. 99|
|Other Probability Distributions||p. 117|
|Mathematical Topics||p. 132|
|Areas under the Standard Normal Curve from 0 to z||p. 136|
|Student's t distribution||p. 138|
|Chi-Square Distribution||p. 140|
|95th and 99th Percentile Values for the F Distribution||p. 142|
|Values of e||p. 146|
|Random Numbers||p. 148|
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