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Probability with the TI83

by Frank Hannah 
This lively introduction to probability presents the traditional topics as well as those concepts that give students an understanding of the underpinnings of statistics. Introductory high school algebra provides a sufficient background for success. The problem sets are designed to give ample practice for students of varying ability. The use of computers or graphing calculators is encouraged, but not essential. A solution guide is available. 


Table of Contents

Introduction

Permutations and Combinations
 Probability Models
 Conditional Probability
 Random Variables
 Expectation and Standard Deviation
 Discrete and Continuous Distributions
 Computer/Calculator Simulations
 Matrices and Markov Chains





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