The fun and easy way to conquer statistics and probability Probability For Dummies expands upon students intuitive understanding of the concept of probability through use of examples and clear explanations of mathematics behind this fascinating science. Included is discussion of set theory, counting, permutations and combinations, random variables, conditional probability, joint distributions, conditional expectations, gambling, and actuarial applications and probability modeling. The book also includes sample problems with a minimal reliance on complicated calculus. Packed with real-life examples and thorough explanations of math problems, students and professionals in such fields as investment banking, forensic science, and engineering will have just the straightforward, friendly guide they're looking for. Deborah J. Rumsey, PhD (Columbus, OH), is a Statistics Education Specialist and auxiliary faculty member of the Department of Statistics at Ohio State University. Her books include Statistics For Dummies (0-7645-5423-9) and the Statistics Workbook For Dummies (0-7645-8466-9).
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