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#1 2010-07-24 21:28:42

George,Y
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Why is quiz part often harder than content in a maths textbook?

I find many problems very very tough to do in Casella's probability textbook, which reveals knowledge not covered in his content.

It seems a convention that maths teachers leave the hardest part in problems.

Unfortunately I am not a guy relying on answer manuals.

Geeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

dunno


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#2 2010-07-25 00:15:36

bobbym
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Re: Why is quiz part often harder than content in a maths textbook?

Hi George,Y;

Casella's probability textbook,

Which one?

It seems a convention that maths teachers leave the hardest part in problems.

I am forced to agree. I have seen some where the problems are undoable even if you are familiar with the chapter.


In mathematics, you don't understand things. You just get used to them.
I have the result, but I do not yet know how to get it.
All physicists, and a good many quite respectable mathematicians are contemptuous about proof.

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#3 2010-07-25 00:40:08

George,Y
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Re: Why is quiz part often harder than content in a maths textbook?

George Casella's
Statistical Inference
I guess it is too hard for my self study


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#4 2010-07-25 01:33:57

George,Y
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Re: Why is quiz part often harder than content in a maths textbook?


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