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Introduction to Probability (Addison-Wesley Advanced Series in Statistics) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – April 1995

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This introduction to probability theory requires a modest background in calculus. Examples and illustrations are presented from both the physical and social sciences. It features real world applications and discussions of probability distributions.

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This book provides an excellent introduction to Probability Theory.
It only requires high school algebra and calculus.
It covers both discrete and continous probabilities.
It has an exceptionally clear discussion of distribution functions and how they are used to define discrete and continous probabilities.
Its discussion of Random Variables is also very clear.
While the book requires knowledge of Calculus, it is for the absolute beginner in Probability Theory. It does not assume any prior knowlege of the subject.
The explanations are clear and easy to follow.
The exercises are useful and help establish mastery of the subject.
The book is eminently suitable for college students after they have had their first calculus course.
Understanding probability theory is important to a number of disciplines, both in science and business. This book is not just written for those who aspire to be mathematicians but those who need to have an understanding of probability theory in non-mathematical careers.
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This book provides an excellent introduction to Probability Theory.
It only requires high school algebra and calculus.
It covers both discrete and continous probabilities.
It has an exceptionally clear discussion of distribution functions and how they are used to define discrete and continous probabilities.
Its discussion of Random Variables is also very clear.
While the book requires knowledge of Calculus, it is for the absolute beginner in Probability Theory. It does not assume any prior knowlege of the subject.
The explanations are clear and easy to follow.
The exercises are useful and help establish mastery of the subject.
The book is eminently suitable for college students after they have had their first calculus course.
Understanding probability theory is important to a number of disciplines, both in science and business. This book is not just written for those who aspire to be mathematicians but those who need to have an understanding of probability theory in non-mathematical careers.
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This is a great book. I can't believe it's out of print. I used Larson in college when I studied in 1982. Now 30 years later I needed a book to use for my group of bioinformatics researchers and we tried several different contemporary books all of which sucked. We ended up buying a bunch of used copies of this book and we're loving it. Larson does a great job of brushing the whole issue of sigma-algebras, Borel and non-measurable sets and other confusions under the rug, while not compromising the material at all. We're using this for biological research, we certainly don't have to worry about encountering any non-measurable sets in our work. So it was great to find a book that gets around all of that. But, he does this without descending into a completely informal and non-rigorous treatment. In fact he's plenty rigorous. So make sure you have your basic calculus well under control (that's Riemann analysis, not Lebesgue). Make sure you can integrate by parts, or calculate a Jacobian. He doesn't baby the reader on such things - as he shouldn't.
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