Hey guys,
I am doing this course in my university on probability and measure. We're going to cover the first chapter of Patrick Billingsley's book in the first half of the course. But I find it very hard to work alone, and none of the other students here is serious about it.
If you're interested in collaborating, especially on the problems at the back; please let me know. I also know only basic analysis (and I studied it years back, so I have forgotten a lot of it), so that's why it's even harder for me.

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ok i guess I can do it with you but im not in university is that ok?

- anonymous

I do not think that you will be able to do this without a little experience in writing proofs, so no. But, thanks for answering anyway!

- Preetha

Why dont you go to the Collaborative Statistics study group in Math and post your questions there.

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- ParthKohli

@lst2 Go to mathematics group please. :-)

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