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This course provides an introduction to probability. Please see the course syllabus for basic course information including grading policies, exam dates, and expectations.

In Math 336, students will undertake a systematic study of randomness. We will start with a brief foray into combinatorics before developing probability using an axiomatic approach. This will lead to a study of random variables. We consider both continuous and discrete random variables, and investigate several different theoretical distributions that are often used for modeling random variables. The course culminates in a study of limit theorems, most notably the famous Central Limit Theorem.

In order to enroll in Math 336, students must have passed Math 213 (Calculus 3) or the equivalent.