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What Are The Odds?: Chance In Everyday Life (edition 2000)

by Mike Orkin (Author)

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Michael Orkin, a professor of statistics and an expert on gambling games, lays bare the facts about chance, odds and decision making in both gambling and non-gambling applications. He also dispels some common myths about coincidences, randomness, cause and effect.
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Title:What Are The Odds?: Chance In Everyday Life
Authors:Mike Orkin (Author)
Info:W. H. Freeman (2000), 160 pages
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Everyone who wants to improve their health has to take a chance.
  mdstarr | Sep 11, 2011 |
Overall, the author does a good job of explaining probability, but the focus on gambling really isn't my interest. ( )
  Devil_llama | Apr 19, 2011 |
Everyone who wants to improve their health has to take a chance.
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