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Elementary statistics.

Author: E. Freund G. Miller.

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Freund, Miller, Miller.

Frind, Miller, Miller.

Publisher: A+ Year: 2000

(Elementary statistics).

Teacher's Library Series.

In English.

Moscow: The World.

1977. 320 pp.

Hard cover.

Newspaper paper.

Publisher's notebook.

Reduced format.

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Contents:

Preface (I.M. Frind)

Preface to the Russian edition (A.M. Mitin)

Probability Theory and Random Processes (A.M. Mitin)

Mathematical Statistics (I. M. Frind)

Tables

Appendix (I. M. Frind)

Some information from probability theory (I.M. Frind)

Appendices:

Various tables are convenient for illustrating some properties of probabilities.

Examples:

1. The probability of winning any lottery (with two participants) is 1/2.

What is the probability of winning in this lottery?

Solution.

The answer is 1/2.

2. The probability of winning any lottery (with three participants) is 1/6.

Answer: 1/6.

3. The probability of winning any lottery (with four participants) is 1/12.

How will this probability change when the number of participants increases to five, ten, etc.?

4. The probability of winning each game is 1/2.

What is the probability of winning in all games?

5. A nuclear power plant disaster in England created a radioactive cloud.

One of the planes, flying over Great Britain, hit the cloud, resulting in a 50% increase in the radioactive background in England.

What is the probability that one out of a hundred passengers on the flight was exposed?

The probability of such a situation occurring is 1/10,000,000

It depends on what radioactivity is.

If we're talking about gamma radiation, I think it's impossible.

Gamma radiation, is not capable of penetrating through obstacles and spreading.

It just goes off in other directions.

And the probability that someone was exposed at that moment would be zero.

As for beta radiation, it's more complicated.

Here you have to look at the number of particles that were formed and recorded.

After all, as we have understood, out of this number of particles that are already there, in fact some of them have not reached the surface of the earth, and the part that has reached it is still a few kilometers high.

And if you count the number of all the particles produced by the explosion, the result is not in favor of the nuclear device.

Only in Hollywood action movies do people immediately start flying and glowing.

It's not just theory.

This is practice.

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