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"The writing style is exceptionally clear; also in the more advanced portion, I haven't any reservations about use. It is a much more professional and modern text than ours. I would seriously consider adopting the text if I teach it again and shall suggest it to my colleagues." — Walter Freiberger, Brown University

"The Hogg/McKean/Craig revision stands out as a modernized version of Hogg and Craig. This revision enhances considerably the statistical inference part with discussion of new procedures and methods, and puts in perspective a broad array of modern statistical methods." — Hosam Mahmoud, George Washington University

--This text refers to thePaperbackedition.
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ISBN-10:  0023557222
ISBN-13:  978-0023557224
Author:  Robert V. Hogg
Publisher:  Prentice Hall
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review by . July 17, 2003
I worked with an earlier version of this text. The text is  geared for math majors. There are many practical examples;  however, the more theoretical examples are elusive at best.  Coverage of the basic laws of probability is good. The examples  dealing with continuous random variables require some prior  knowledge of intermediate calculus which should be no problem  for math majors or engineers. The book benefited me when I  took …
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