I’m so busy that I forgot I even had this on my hard drive; I’d even saved it in Papers! The title is ‘Introduction to Probability‘ by Grinstead and Snell. It’s a bit more modern than Drake, and seems much more approachable than Ross (it would be difficult to be less approachable than that book). This brings me to wonder, with all these excellent resources available online, professors decide to teach from much more dense (and expensive) material.
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