by Douglas Kennedy
Publisher: Trinity College 2010
Number of pages: 78
This material was made available for the course Probability for Part IA of the Mathematical Tripos at Trinity College. Contents: Basic Concepts; Axiomatic Probability; Discrete Random Variables; Continuous Random Variables; Inequalities, Limit Theorems and Geometric Probability.
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