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Gambling for Tuition
An education will probably increase your lifetime earnings. Why not make that probability work for you? Or not.
Teaching probability can be challenging because the mathematical formulas often are too abstract and complex for the students to fully grasp the underlying meaning and effect of the concepts. Games can provide a way to address this issue. For example, the game of roulette can be an exciting application for teaching probability concepts.
Illustrating Probability through Roulette
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To Be Ahead And Quit
The Laymans Guide to Probability
"An in-depth but easily readable guide on probability theory, covering various aspects of the theory with a bias to gambling games and strategies. Includes working examples in an excel spreadsheet."
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<Doug Klippert@ 3:46 AM
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