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SyllabusM362K - Syllabus Course Information for M362K Class...

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Syllabus: Course Information for M362K Class meets on Monday, Wednesday and Friday 12:00-1:00pm in RLM 7.120. Textbook: A First Course in Probability, 7th ed by Sheldon Ross (Prentice Hall, 2006) Instructor: Qinian Jin Email: [email protected] Office: RLM 11.166, Phone: 512--471--1135) Office Hours: RLM 11.166, Monday and Friday 10:00--11:50am. Prerequisites: M408D with a grade of at least C. A student may not receive credit for M316 after completing M362K with a grade of C or better. Course description: This is an introductory course in the mathematical theory of probability, thus it is fundamental to further work in probability and statistics. Principles of set theory and a set of axioms for probability are used to derive some probability density and/or distribution functions. Special counting techniques are developed to handle some problems. Properties associated with a random variable are developed for the usual elementary distributions. Both theorem proving and problem solving are required.
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