Probability and Statistics 1: The Complete Guide
What you'll learn
- representation and characterisation of data
- elementary probability theory
- rules for computing probabilities
- conditional probability and independence of events
- discrete random variables and their probability distributions
- expectation value of a discrete random variable
- examples of discrete random variables
- moment generating functions
- continuous random variables and their probability distributions
- expectation value of a continuous random variable
- examples of continuous random variables
- Chebyshev's theorem
- bivariate probability distributions
- expectations of functions of random variables
- independent random variables
- sums of independent random variables
- hypothesis testing
- Basic Calculus, particularly simple differentiation and integration :)
I know, Probability and Statistics is difficult. But is there a way to make it easy? Of course. I for one managed that.
I know a lot of people struggle with it; a very small group of people are good at it. Back in university, I was in that bigger group, the group that struggled through Probability and Statistics lecture. I needed help; I couldn't understand a thing, but I finally found help and turned my exam result around. I guess since you're looking at this, you need help too.
This 6-hour COMPLETE GUIDE course contains everything you need to know to get started with Probability and Statistics. It's packed with videos that have been categorised into different topics, hence easy for you to learn.
I've included lots of definitions, theorems, quizzes, examples, concise notes for EVERY single section, exercises, and a walkthrough of all the exercise sheets. Most importantly, I've done a BONUS section for you! It includes some additional questions that will strengthen your skill even more.
With this basic Probability and Statistics course, you will have a good core understanding to pursue many more difficult Mathematics topic. In this course, everything has been broken down into a simple structure to make learning and understanding easy for you.
This COMPLETE guide is for those of you are looking to get a full understanding of the basics; the important parts. You've already shown half of your determination by looking at the course, so if this course sounds right for you, boost your eagerness to learn and join me on this journey!
1) It will be very useful if you also take notes of your own as you're watching the lectures, it will help you understand everything better and quicker. Just pause if I move on to other topics too fast or if you haven't fully understood the previous sub-topic before you move on to the next parts.
2) Please ask any questions you may have in the Q&A section if you don't understand. It's one thing to not understand it, but it's a whole new experience and a very important thing to do when learning Maths to be able to discuss it with fellow students who are going through the same thing.
3) Use headphones for better sound. (I suggest you turn the volume up)
4) Don't forget you can always slow down or speed up the video!
Who this course is for:
- high school students
- university students
- courses that require probability and statistics (e.g. computer science, and other sciences)
Hi guys! I'm L. :)
I have always loved Maths ever since I could remember. Maths class would be the class that I most look forward to on every school day. So I pursued a degree in Mathematics at King's College London in the UK. I got first honours and two prizes for having achieved the highest grades. I enjoyed it a lot even though there were tough times there when I didn't understand what the lecturer was trying to say.
During high-school and during university, I have always been the one who my friends would approach if they have a Maths problem. Even now that I have graduated and my friends are doing their Masters degree, they still message me asking about a Maths problem.
I understand Maths isn't so easy to understand for everyone, but the reason why I love Maths is because it's simple for me, because I'm able to break down every single problem into steps. And that's exactly how I will be teaching throughout my courses. I'm going to help you think like a Maths person would.