By Kathleen Subrahmaniam
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This second type of course might well be offered for high school seniors. At this level a course in probability should be oriented toward ''problem solving, " for only by working problems do students really master the subject. Worked examples, taken from a variety of disciplines, are provided throughout the text. To encourage students to work more problems, solutions, some in considerable detail, are given for the exercises at the end of each chapter. As it is actually the students who are the real critics of any text, the author is indeed grateful to the many students who have provided helpful suggestions concerning the text and the problems.
Without his help, this Primer would never have been a reality. Finally the author wishes to thank Dr. D. B. Owen for bringing this book to the attention of the publisher. KATHLEEN SUBRAHMANIAM Start of Citation[PU]M. 7 Random Variables Based on Samples 155 Problems 158 Start of Citation[PU]M. 4 Approximating Discrete Distributions Using the Central Limit Theorem 234 Problems 245 Appendixes 38 A Summation and Subscripts 249 B Set Theory 253 C Mathematical Induction as a Method of Proof 257 D Binomial Expansions 261 E Infinite Series 267 39 Tables 271 Answers to Selected Problems 285 Index 315 Start of Citation[PU]M.
KATHLEEN SUBRAHMANIAM Start of Citation[PU]M. Dekker[/PU][DP]1990[/DP]End of Citation 34 35 Â < previous page < previous page page_v page_vii next page > next page > Page vii Preface to the First Edition A Primer in Probability is an outgrowth of a first-year university course that the author has been teaching for several years. The Primer presents elementary probability theory as a basic building block for statistical inferences and its applications. It is envisaged that a course based on this text can be taught in either a semester or a quarter.
A Primer in Probability (Statistics: A Series of Textbooks and Monographs) by Kathleen Subrahmaniam