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1.1 Introduction
1.2 Sample spaces
1.3 Events
1.4 Partitioning sets and events
1.5 Probability: a way of measuring sets
1.6 Probabilities of combined events
1.7 The Partition Theorem
1.8 Examples of basic probability calculations
1.9 Formal probability proofs: non-examinable
1.10 Conditional Probability
1.11 Examples of conditional probability and partitions
1.12 Bayes’ Theorem: inverting conditional probabilities
1.14 Random Variables
1.15 Key Probability Results for Chapter 1
1.16 Chains of events and probability trees: non-examinable
1.17 Equally likely outcomes and combinatorics: non-examinable
2.1 Introduction
2.2 The probability function, fX(x)
2.3 Bernoulli trials
2.4 Example of the probability function: the Binomial Distribution
2.5 The cumulative distribution function, FX(x)
The cumulative distribution function, FX(x),
2.6 Hypothesis testing
2.7 Example: Presidents and deep-sea divers
2.8 Example: Birthdays and sports professionals
2.9 Likelihood and estimation
2.10 Random numbers and histograms
2.11 Expectation
2.12 Variable transformations
2.13 Variance
2.14 Mean and variance of the Binomial(n,p) distribution
3.1 Binomial distribution
3.2 Geometric distribution
3.3 Negative Binomial distribution
3.4 Hypergeometric distribution: sampling without replacement
3.5 Poisson distribution
3.6 Subjective modelling
4.1 Introduction
4.2 The probability density function
4.4 Likelihood and estimation for continuous random variables
4.5 Hypothesis tests
4.6 Expectation and variance
4.7 Exponential distribution mean and variance
4.8 The Uniform distribution
4.9 The Change of Variable Technique: ﬁnding the distribution of g(X)
4.10 Change of variable for non-monotone functions: non-examinable
4.11 The Gamma distribution
4.12 The Beta Distribution: non-examinable
5.1 The Normal Distribution
5.2 The Central Limit Theorem (CLT)
6.1 Estimators — the good, the bad, and the estimator PDF
6.2 Hypothesis tests: in search of a distribution
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