A First Course in Probability, 9e is a text that endeavors to present not only the mathematics of probability theory but also, through numerous examples, the many diverse applications of the subject. Aside from a multitude of changes made to increase the clarity of the text, the new edition includes many new and updated problems, exercises, and text material chosen both for inherent interest and for their use in building student intuition about probability. Salient Features Features • Clear and intuitive explanations supported with a variety of diverse examples and three sets of exercises given at the end of each chapter, that include Problems, Theoretical Exercises, and Self-Test Problems and Exercises. The Self-Test Problems and Exercises include complete solutions in the appendix, allowing students to test their comprehension and study for exams.
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