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Please suggest reading about mean, standard deviation, probabilities and other stuff about this.

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i find used textbooks at thrift stores and college libraries to be very useful
you can prolly find some googlized textbooks on statistics as well
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I think we used Triolla in my stats class. But that might be a biased assessment
I'll try that :)
good luck :)
https://www.coursera.org/course/stats1
Best books I really ENJOYED on that Chung. Kai Lai Chung, but you can call him Kai Lai ....
@Mikael : What's the title?
A Course in Probability Theory, Third Edition by Kai Lai Chung
Elementary Probability Theory: With Stochastic Processes and an Introduction to Mathematical Finance (Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics)
Thanks @Mikael that's what I need :)

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