Probability Theory by Curtis T. McMullen

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Probability Theory

Publisher: Harvard University
Number of pages: 98

Contents: The Sample Space; Elements of Combinatorial Analysis; Random Walks; Combinations of Events; Conditional Probability; The Binomial and Poisson Distributions; Normal Approximation; Unlimited Sequences of Bernoulli Trials; Random Variables and Expectation; Law of Large Numbers; Integral-Valued Variables. Generating Functions; Random Walk and Ruin Problems; The Exponential and the Uniform Density; Special Densities.

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