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Random events influence all areas of human endeavor, from the sciences and social sciences to business. This course supplies the mathematical framework for analyzing probabilities. In addition, it provides a background for the study of statistics, one of the most widespread applications of mathematics.
Probability spaces; combinatorial problems; discrete and continuous distributions; independence and dependence; moment generating functions; joint distributions; expectation and variance; sums of random variables; central limit theorem; laws of large numbers.