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Basic Probability Theory with Applications

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From the reviews:

“This book’s introductory sections on probability theory are typical of most textbooks in the content of presentation … . There are many examples with detailed solutions and a large number of exercises are included at the ends of the chapters. … used as a textbook for engineers, computer scientists and … students in economics and finance will be able to understand it. This book would be my choice for a textbook if I were to teach a course in probability theory for math majors.” (Charles Ashbacher, The Mathematical Association of America, November, 2009)

“This textbook is designed for a course in probability theory at the undergraduate post-calculus level. … The book should be a good choice for a course at the indicated level.” (Gerald A. Heuer, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1192, 2010)

 

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