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MATH1510 Calculus for Engineers (Fall 2014)
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THE CHINESE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG
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MATH1510 Calculus for Engineers (Fall 2014)
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THE CHINESE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG
Department of Mathematics
MATH1510 Calculus for Engineers (Fall 2014)
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MATH1510 Calculus for Engineers (Fall 2014)
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Department of Mathematics
MATH1510 Calculus for Engineering (Fall 2012)
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Department of Mathematics
MATH1510 Calculus for Engineers (Fall 2014)
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Department of Mathematics
MATH1510 Calculus for Engineers (Fall 2014)
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Department of Mathematics
MATH1510 Calculus for Engineers (Fall 2014)
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MATH1510 Calculus for Engineers (Fall 2014)
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THE CHINESE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG
Department of Mathematics
MATH1510 Calculus for Engineers (Fall 2014)
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Section 3E How Numbers Deceive: Polygraphs, Mammograms, and More
A. Simpsons Paradox one way numbers can be deceiving. A set of data gives different results in
each group than it does when the groups are put together.
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Course Contents
STAT1801 Probability and statistics: foundations of actuarial science
I. Miller & M. Miller: John E. Freund's Mathematical Statistics with applications (Pearson
Education International, 2004, 7th edition)
M. A. Bean: P