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CK-12 Basic Probability and Statistics: A Short Course

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CK-12 Basic Probability and Statistics: A Short Course
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Publisher: CK-12.org
Number of pages: 201

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CK-12 Foundation's Basic Probability and Statistics– A Short Course is an introduction to theoretical probability and data organization. Students learn about events, conditions, random variables, and graphs and tables that allow them to manage data.

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