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The Stanford Mathematics Problem Book: With Hints and Solutions (Dover Books on Mathematics)The Stanford Mathematics Problem Book: With…
paperback. Pub Date :2009-02-19 Pages: 68 Language: English Publisher: Dover Publications This volume features a complete set of problems. hints. and solutions based on Stanford Universitys well-known competitive examination in mathematics It offers high school and. college students an excellent mathematics workbook of rigorous problems that will assist in developing and cultivating their logic and probability skills.These 20 sets of intriguing problems test originality and insight rather than routine competence They involve theorizing and verifying mathematical facts;. examining the results of general statements; discovering that highly plausible conjectures can be incorrect; solving sequences of subproblems to reveal theory construction; and recognizing red herrings. in which obvious relationships among the data prove irrelevant to solutions Hints for each problem appear i...
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The Book of Why: The New Science of Cause and EffectThe Book of Why: The New Science of Cause and…
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Fooled by Randomness: The Hidden Role of Chance in Life and in the MarketsFooled by Randomness: The Hidden Role of Chance…
Everyone wants to succeed in life. But what causes some of us to be more successful than others? Is it really down to skill and strategy - or something altogether more unpredictable? This book is the bestselling sensation that will change the way you think about business and the world. It is all about luck: more precisely, how we perceive luck in our personal and professional experiences., Nowhere is this more obvious than in the markets - we hear an entrepreneur has 'vision' or a trader is 'talented', but all too often their performance is down to chance rather than skill. It is only because we fail to understand probability that we continue to believe events are non-random, finding reasons where none exist.'One of the smartest books of all time' Fortune 'An iconoclastic tour de force ... nothing escapes his Exocets' Evening Standard 'Brilliant' John Kay 'Excellent and thought-provoking ..., an entertaining book' Financial Times 'Wall Street's principal dissident' Malcolm Gladwell
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