Chance: A Guide to Gambling, Love, the Stock Market, and


Chance: A Guide to Gambling, Love, the Stock Market, and Just About Everything Else In Chance, celebrated mathematician Amir D Aczel turns his sights on probability theory the branch of mathematics that measures the likelihood of a random event He explains probability in clear, layman s terms, and shows its practical applications What is commonly called luck has mathematical roots and in Chance, you ll learn to increase your odds of success in everything from true love to the stock market For thousands of years, the twin forces of chance and mischance have beguiled humanity like none other Why does fortune smile on some people, and smirk on others What is luck, and why does it so often visit the undeserving How can we predict the random events happening around us Even better, how can we manipulate them In this delightful and lucid voyage through the realm of the random, Dr Aczel once again makes higher mathematics intelligible to us ✅ Book Lover PDF / Epub ⚣ Author Jennifer Kaufman – Kleankitchen.co.uk celebrated mathematician Amir D Aczel turns his sights on probability theory the branch of mathematics that measures the likelihood of a random event He explains probability in clear [Ebook] ➧ Secret Delivery / Her 24-Hour Protector ➭ Delores Fossen – Kleankitchen.co.uk layman s terms ❮PDF❯ ❤ Kholodovs Last Mistress Author Kate Hewitt – Kleankitchen.co.uk and shows its practical applications What is commonly called luck has mathematical roots and in Chance [Télécharger] ➵ Wicked Sinner (Regency Sinners 7) Auteur Carole Mortimer – Kleankitchen.co.uk you ll learn to increase your odds of success in everything from true love to the stock market For thousands of years ❰Epub❯ ➞ If the Stiletto Fits... Author Wendy Etherington – Kleankitchen.co.uk the twin forces of chance and mischance have beguiled humanity like none other Why does fortune smile on some people ❮Read❯ ➸ What Phoebe Wants (Harlequin Flipside, ➻ Author Cindi Myers – Kleankitchen.co.uk and smirk on others What is luck ❰PDF❯ ❤ Ruthlessly Royal (Self-Made Millionaires Author Robyn Donald – Kleankitchen.co.uk and why does it so often visit the undeserving How can we predict the random events happening around us Even better [PDF / Epub] ☉ An Amish Family Christmas Author Marta Perry – Kleankitchen.co.uk how can we manipulate them In this delightful and lucid voyage through the realm of the random ☁ [PDF / Epub] ☀ Interrupted Lullaby By Dana R. Lynn ✎ – Kleankitchen.co.uk Dr Aczel once again makes higher mathematics intelligible to us


About the Author: Amir D. Aczel

Amir Aczel was an Israeli born American author of popular science and mathematics books He was a lecturer in mathematics and history of mathematics.He studied at the University of California, Berkeley Getting graduating with a BA in mathematics in 1975, received a Master of Science in 1976 and several years later accomplished his Ph.D in Statistics from the University of Oregon He died in N mes, France in 2015.



10 thoughts on “Chance: A Guide to Gambling, Love, the Stock Market, and Just About Everything Else

  1. X X says:

    I wish it had givenformulas and gone into a littledetail, but a fascinating book nevertheless

  2. William Schram William Schram says:

    Chance by Amir D Aczel is quite the gem This slim volume on probability is packed with information and applications The book makes for a great primer to the subject, mainly due to its focus on practical applications rather than some ivory tower pure mathematics.Pros and cons of the book are as follows The book is very short Despite that, the book is packed with information While it has few equations, it does not detract from the enjoyment The book contains a lot of gambling and gaming advi Chance by Amir D Aczel is quite the gem This slim volume on probability is packed with information and applications The book makes for a great primer to the subject, mainly due to its focus on practical applications rather than some ivory tower pure mathematics.Pros and cons of the book are as follows The book is very short Despite that, the book is packed with information While it has few equations, it does not detract from the enjoyment The book contains a lot of gambling and gaming advice The end of the book contains workable problems with solutions Some typos still exist in this book, mainly misspellings Some of the advice is silly.When I took this out from the Library I was not sure if I had read it before, but that does not seem to be the case If you can find it out there, this book might be worth your time

  3. Pamela Pamela says:

    Actually enjoyed this book In mostly understandable terms various ideas on probability are illustrated in an approachable manner I m not the least clever about maths I found myself re reading a few things but mainly because it was interesting and I wanted to comprehend different aspects better If it wasn t a library book, I d be wishing it was my own copy. It seems like something I would want to go back re read Actually enjoyed this book In mostly understandable terms various ideas on probability are illustrated in an approachable manner I m not the least clever about maths I found myself re reading a few things but mainly because it was interesting and I wanted to comprehend different aspects better If it wasn t a library book, I d be wishing it was my own copy. It seems like something I would want to go back re read

  4. conor conor says:

    Simplistic Read in 2 hours and learned little.

  5. Egstar Egstar says:

    This book has no organization It is just a random collection of thoughts about randomness, so I guess it does live up to its title in a way Boring, uninspiring and shallow.

  6. Jessica Yu Jessica Yu says:

    Useful introduction to probability, but I counted at least 5 typos.

  7. Ken Madsen Ken Madsen says:

    This is a delightful little book The author teaches basic probability theory by using fun examples like the chances of landing a certain job or the number of monkeys it would take to write Hamlet He also delves into a little bit of the history on how these various theories were derived and many of the inaccurate assumptions people held when trying to develop these theories Some of the topics he covers The independence of eventsSubjective probabilityThe paradox of the Chevalier de MerePascal s This is a delightful little book The author teaches basic probability theory by using fun examples like the chances of landing a certain job or the number of monkeys it would take to write Hamlet He also delves into a little bit of the history on how these various theories were derived and many of the inaccurate assumptions people held when trying to develop these theories Some of the topics he covers The independence of eventsSubjective probabilityThe paradox of the Chevalier de MerePascal s TriangleBayes Theory a proof of God s existenceThe Normal CurveIf you know nothing on the topic of probability, this is a great first book

  8. Antonio Bruno Alves Antonio Bruno Alves says:

    A good introduction to probabilities It s useful find out books teaching the same subject in different approaches So that practical approach was a great strength I made notes and of course I won t forget the funniest examples.

  9. Jason Jason says:

    A good, short primer on probability theory The title oversells, but even those who deal with statistics in their job every day like me will find it a useful refresher to some lesser encountered ideas such as the commonness of coincidences, etc.

  10. Steven Steven says:

    I used this book as a supplement to my research course that was heavy on statistics and probability theory.

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