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    Trouble studying for Tests

    Hi, i decided to make this post out of some frustration i have been having in my Probability and Statistics class. For some reason i can't wrap my head around anything relating to this class and its surprising to me because im able to take a differential equations class and pass with flying colors. I was wondering if anyone had any tips on how i need to differ my study habits,In differential equations and throughout calculus I learned due to a lot of repetition and for some reason the more complicated it got the better i understood.

    I know when i was taking calculus, videos from khanacademy and other people on youtube helped are there any anyone would recommend?

    The book i am using is Probability and Statistics for Engineering and the Sciences, 8th edition and currently were Learning about Point Intervals and finished just took a test on discrete random variables and point estimation.

    I just cant figure out how to study for this class, so any help or advice would be appreciated.

    thanks,
    Jamie
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    Re: Trouble studying for Tests

    Hey jagallag.

    If you have specific questions about probability and statistics we can address those.
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