**John G. Kemeny**

**Version 0.1, 2 April 1998
Copyright (C) 1983-1998 Anne Huggins
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- Compound statements and truth tables
- Example: equivalence and implication
- Introduction to tree diagrams
- Excerpt: Professor Snell and the urn
- Set operations (review)
- Counting problems
- Partitions and binomial coefficients
- What is 0!?
- Partitions and binomial coefficients (review)
- How many subsets?
- Pascal's triangle
- Binomial coefficients and Pascal's triangle (review)
- Introduction to probability
- Introduction to probability (review)
- Simulation in probability
- Two examples: binomial coefficients and odds
- The birthday problem
- Conditional probability (preview)
- Advice on exam-taking
- To add, or to multiply?
- Conditional probability
- Conditional probability (review)
- Venn diagram probability examples
- Example: true-false test strategy
- Example: gerrymandering
- Example: false positives and false negatives
- Coin tossing (preview)
- Coin tossing and binomial probabilities
- Coin tossing and binomial probabilities (review)
- Example: onditional probabilities by reversing the tree
- Example: getting exactly half heads
- Example: take the negation
- Plotting binomial probabilities; introduction to CLT
- The Central Limit Theorem
- Excerpt: applications of the CLT
- GAME DELAYED--DOG ON FIELD

Peter G. Doyle 2000-06-12