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1.1 Factorials
1.3.1 Choosing pairs
1.3.2 Generalizing to other subgroups
1.3.3 Situations where the order matters
1.4 Allowing repetitions
1.5.1 Coins and Pascal’s triangle
1.5.3 Properties of Pascal’s triangle
1.6 Summary
1.7 Problems
1.8 Solutions
2.1 Deﬁnition of probability
2.2.1 AND: The “intersection” probability, P(A and B)
2.2.2 OR: The “union” probability, P(A or B)
2.3.1 The art of “not”
2.3.2 Picking seats
2.3.3 Socks in a drawer
2.3.4 Coins and dice
2.3.5 Cards
2.4.1 The Birthday Problem
2.4.2 The Game Show Problem
2.5 Expectation value
2.6 Stirling’s formula
2.7 Summary
2.8 Problems
2.9 Solutions
3.1 Discrete distributions
3.2.1 Motivation
3.2.2 Probability density
3.2.3 Probability equals area
3.3.1 Bernoulli
3.3.2 Binomial
3.3.4 Exponential
3.3.5 Poisson
3.3.6 Gaussian
3.4. GAUSSIANS FOR LARGE NUMBERS 95
3.4. GAUSSIANS FOR LARGE NUMBERS 97
3.4. GAUSSIANS FOR LARGE NUMBERS 99
3.4. GAUSSIANS FOR LARGE NUMBERS 101
3.4. GAUSSIANS FOR LARGE NUMBERS 103
3.5 Summary
3.6 Problems
3.7 Solutions
4.1 Appendix A: Subtleties about probability
4.2 Appendix B: The natural logarithm, e
4.3 Appendix C: More accuracy for (1 + a)n
4.4 Appendix D: The slope of ex
4.5 Problems
4.6 Solutions
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