Mathematics 407:

Probability Theory (4.0 units)

Probability spaces, discrete and continuous distributions, moments, characteristic functions, sequences of random variables, laws of large numbers, central limit theorem, special probability laws.
  • Prerequisite: 1 from (MATH 226 or MATH 227 or MATH 229)
  • Note: Register for one lecture and one discussion listed immediately following that lecture
39625D060Lecture9:00-9:50amMWF45 of 49Richard ArratiaONLINEPDF (62225 KB)notesession dates
39626D060Discussion8:00-8:50amTue, Thu22 of 25ONLINEsession dates
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39629D060Lecture11:00-11:50amMWF38 of 49Nicolai HaydnONLINEsession datesbook list
39630D060Discussion10:00-10:50amTue, Thu19 of 25ONLINEsession dates
39631D060Discussion11:00-11:50amTue, Thu19 of 25ONLINEsession dates
39632D060Lecture12:00-12:50pmMWF47 of 49Steven HeilmanONLINEPDF (91143 KB)session dates
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39621D060Lecture10:00-10:50amMWF47 of 49Remigijus MikuleviciusONLINEsession datesbook list
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