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# Schaum's outlines ....which one?

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19 Sep 2003, 09:20
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Hello all,
IтАЩve heard that SchaumтАЩs outlines books are helpful for probability/ combination questions(the only part of quantitative section that irritates me). I found three following books in amazon.com:
┬╖Schaum's Outline of Probability, Random Variables, and Random Processes
┬╖Schaum's Outline of Probability and Statistics -- Murray R. Spiegel
.Schaum's Outline of Statistics -- Murray R. Spiegel,
Has anybody used one of these books? any feedback would be great.
BTW, if you guys know about any other resource, let me know.
IтАЩm looking for something good but not too specific.
Thanks,
Sarnia
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19 Sep 2003, 10:34
Hey Sarnia

Are you back ??

Schaums outlines of probability and statistics is the best introductory book available.

I have the relevant portions of the book in soft copy...if you want, i will be happy to share it with you.

Thanks
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20 Sep 2003, 14:51
Thanks praetorian123,
Talk to you soon.
Sarnia
20 Sep 2003, 14:51
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