- Syllabus with clickable links
- Required book:
Milton and Arnold, Intro to Probability and Statistics:
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and Amazon...
and yes, that's my review there. With some luck, you should be able
to find it for $50 or so, not for $150 as it's listed! Try
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or book search engines:
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If you know you will be taking this class with a bunch of friends, I would strongly recommend to form a study group and get a copy of another engineering statistics book, Modern Engineering Statistics by T. Ryan so that you could supplement your main reading with alternative explanations. - Testimonials and tips.
- Log in to BlackBoard to access the course website.

Typos found in the book:

- Somewhat below the middle of p. 7, towards the end of the discussion of
Example 1.2.2: when they say "The event that `the primary
system or the first backup is operable but the second backup is inoperable'
is given by
$(A\cap B)\cap C\text{'}$
", the latter expression should be
$(A\cup B)\cap C\text{'}$
, as it is done properly in the next display formula. (If you see garbage
instead of some set unions and intersections,
your browser does not support MathML.
Consider upgrading or replacing it).

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