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992 Pages
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2015
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by Neil J. Salkind

480 Pages
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2016
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33 Downloads
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Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics is the amazing mathematics and educational book in which the author teach about the concepts of the statistic in the easiest way. Neil J. Salkind is the author of this informative book. This book is specially written for those who mostly avoid to solve statistic questions and eventually hate this subject. The author promises to ease student anxiety by offering easy and simple concepts. He teaches everything in a humble, adorable and personable way to students. There are different statistical procedures which cover the basic and core topics of the subject. The student will learn about the Arithmetic Mean which is the very first concept of statistics.
It includes the Binomial Distribution, Box and Whisker Plot and Central Limit Theorem. Now, moving forward you will learn about the central limit theorem, conditional probability and chi-squared test. The complete history of conditional probability and how to use it while taking the risk. There are topics of the correlation coefficient in which student will able to measure how closely the data is. A histogram is a visual group of data which is determined while plotting the numbers. The use of Mean, Medium and Mode in our daily life. You will learn about the graphical representation of data, descriptive statistic and a lot more. This edition is highly worthy which offers the working with large data sets as well.

by Nassim Nicholas Taleb

366 Pages
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2007
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30 Downloads
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The Black Swan is the social sciences, probability, philosophy and statics book that discusses the events happened in the last few decades. Nassim Nicholas Taleb is the author of this fascinating book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times and surprised the reader with his critical writing. This is the second edition of “The Black Swan” and the previous book went viral among the readers. He talks about those events that are highly improbable and follows three principal characteristics.
They are always unpredictable, have a large impact on society and it appears as random in the society. The 9/11 tragedy was the black swan where people begin to hate the Muslims and it raises the Islamophobia. There are plenty of reports that raise the question on the authorities of the government but the narration was already built. The whole world thinks that Muslims are terrorists and they promote terrorism but it not wrong.

by Paul Newbold

792 Pages
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2012
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34 Downloads
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“Statistics for Business and Economics (8th Edition)” is an interesting and knowledge giving book and it enables the students to analyze the problems critically and solve them using the rules of statistics. Paul Newbold is the author of this worthy book. The book enlightens the way in which statistics is important in business and Economics. Here the author tells us that you should be an expert in mathematics and statistics to be at a remarkable position in the future. This book contains advanced and higher-level mathematical solutions to the problems so that analysts can use them to make their future careers.
As the problems change with time so 8th edition is the revised version of the book for the students to make the best in every aspect of life. After reading this book reader can feel how his or her way of thinking and looking and analyzing g the problems has changed. Like many other authors, this book also makes us realize the importance of mathematics in every field of life so statistics too. Summarizing, this is an ideal book for business students to have complete knowledge of statistics and economics.

by Deborah J. Rumsey

384 Pages
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2006
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21 Downloads
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Probability For Dummies is the teaching materials, probability, math, and statics book that covers tips and techniques to solve probability problems. Deborah J. Rumsey is the author of this outstanding book. It is a comprehensive guide that contains proven techniques and methods for solving probability problems. This book will change your chances of high probability and you will able to solve all the problems without any effort. It takes the reader step by step through different phases and techniques that make it even easier for the people to master it. Probability and statistics are some of the difficult subjects but Deborah makes it simple for us.
This guide will help gamblers to resolve issues in the casino and get most of the games to manage to win. Everything is explained in easy and understandable that makes it simple for the students to master it. It contains the permutations and conquers combinations. Identify the probability models and how to expand the functionality from exponential to binomial. What is the best way to make wise decisions by using probability and how to get the maximum advantage from it? This book also provides an opportunity to play the odds in roulette, poker, and other games.

by Luc Pronzato

416 Pages
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2015
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14 Downloads
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The “Design of Experiments in Nonlinear Models: Asymptotic Normality, Optimality Criteria and Small-Sample Properties (Lecture Notes in Statistics)” is an excellent reference for researchers. Luc Pronzato and Andrej Pazman are the authors of this book. This book is very informative and it will engage all the readers from start to end of the page. It contains original contributions to the theory of optimal experiments. The first three chapters expose the connection between the asymptotic properties, and the other three chapters of this book are dedicated to specific issues raised by nonlinear models.
Design of Experiments in Nonlinear Models is a very good book with a lot of thoughts and efforts put into writing it. It doesn’t bore you with all the elementary stuff that you can find in many other books. It gets right into the heart of the subject of each chapter at a reasonable depth so that you feel you have learned something without getting lost. To sum it up, the Design of Experiments in Nonlinear Models is an educational book for the readers.

by Daniel Fleisch

146 Pages
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2008
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A Student’s Guide to Maxwell’s Equations is the mathematics, physics, differential equations, and electromagnetic book that contains a brief explanation of physics popular equations. Daniel Fleisch is the author of this tremendous book. Physics is full of equations and it helps us to reveal the secrets behind the functioning of the universe. Today, physics is playing one of the important roles in the development of the word. It assists humans to reveal the secrets of the universe and lands on the moon. The scientist helps with theories to understand nature and science.
This book contains a brief analysis of Faraday’s law, Gauss law, electric fields, and Maxwell law. It is consists of various chapters and all of them are explained with up to date knowledge. Each equation is cover in the whole chapter that makes it easier for the readers to learn. Students and professionals both will find this book amazing and each to read. Everything is explained in an easy and understandable way that makes it even simple. Learn about the electromagnetic waves and what is the best way to deal to work with these waves? What is Maxwell’s equation and how it helps in modern technologies?