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Units Birla Publications March September 3. November 5. Never Miss. Load more. The book will also be found' of use DY the students preparing for various competitive examinations. While writing this book our goal has been to present a clear, interesting, systematic and thoroughly teachable treatment of Mathematical Stalistics and to provide a textbook which should not only serve as an introduction to the study of Mathematical StatIstics but also carry the student on to 'such a level that he can read' with profit the numercus special monographs which are available on the subject.

The book contains sixteen chapters equally divided between two volumes. Mathematical treatment has been given to.

The theory of probability which has been developed by the application of the set theory has been discussed quite in detail. A ,large number of theorems have been deduced using the simple tools of set theory.

The viii simple applications of probability are also given. The chapters on mathematical expectation and theoretical distributions discrete as well as continuous have been written keeping the'latest ideas in mind.

The thirteenth and fourteenth chapters deal mainly with the various sampling distributions and the various tests of significance which can be derived from them. In chapter 15, we have discussed concisely statistical inference estimation and testing of hypothesis.

Abundant material is given in the chapter on finite differences and numerical integration. The whole of the relevant theory is arranged in the form of serialised articles which are concise and to the. The more difficult sections will, in general, ,be found towards the end of each chapter.

Due care has been taken of the examination r. While writing this text, we have gone through the syllabi and examination papfJrs O,f almC'st all Inc;lian universities where the subject is taught sQ as to make it as comprehensive as possible.

Each chapte contains a large number of carefully graded worked problems mostly drawn from university papers with a view to acquainting the student with the typical questions pertaining to each topiC.

Furthermore, to assist the student to gain proficiency iii the subject, a large number of properly graded problems maif ly drawn from examination papers of various. The questions and pro. During the preparation of the text we have gone through a vast body of liter9ture available on the subject, a list of which is given at the end of the book.

While every effort has been made to avoid printing and other mistakes, we crave for the indulgence of the readers fot the errors that might have inadvertently crept in.

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