Probability and Statistics

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Probability and Statistics provides a detailed look at the many aspects of this branch of mathematical investigation. Covering everything from ancient games of chance played around the world and the theories of Fermat and Pascal to phrenology, the specious use of statistics, and statistical methods to stop epidemics, this book offers a comprehensive look at the historical development and uses of probability and statistics. Modern applications of these ideas, the use of probability in modern safety analysis and phone networks, and the use of statistics in epidemiology and actuarial science are also presented in this clearly written and illustrated reference.
  • Infobase Publishing; January 2004
  • ISBN 9780816068739
  • Read online, or download in secure PDF format
  • Title: Probability and Statistics
  • Author: John Tabak
  • Imprint: Facts On File