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Why We’re Wrong About Nearly Everything

Why We’re Wrong About Nearly Everything

by Bobby Duffy
304 Pages · 2019 · 9  MB · 3,921 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Statistics Essentials For Dummies
by Deborah J. Rumsey
192 Pages · 2010 · · 2 Downloads · New!
Statistics Essentials For Dummies is teaching, probability, study, statics and mathematics guide that teaches the core concepts of statics and probability. Deborah J. Rumsey is the author of this magnificent book. This is an excellent guide which offers an overview of all the key concepts. The book contains topics which usually practice in the first semester or high school. Deborah explain each and everything in details that makes it easier for the students to learn. It includes an entire course on charts which allows students to get command on descriptive stats, standard deviation, charts, and graphs. Learn to distribute the values and understand the probabilities for the t, normal and binomial. How to perform the analysis, regression, manage hypothesis tests and confidence intervals. One chapter of limits which shows the procedure of Central Limit Theorem and the sampling distribution. Where to use Central Limits Theorem and how it can be used to manipulate the results.
by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
368 Pages · 2005 · 1.5 · 1 Downloads · New!
Fooled by Randomness is the business statics, free will and philosophy book which discusses the element of success in our life. Nassim Nicholas Taleb is the author of this tremendous book. This guide is all about the luck and how we deal with it in our daily life challenges. Have you ever felt luck in your routine life? Yes, most of us feel on a regular basis but at the same time, we feel unlucky as well. The question is what is luck? Is it any natural phenomena? Or it only exists when nobody is there? The truth about this world is that everything happened around us is for a reason. It is difficult for us to predict the results but it also does not stop us by predicting the results. We are more likely to get an edge by luck if we give our best in any particular field. The people hide their self from failures and mistakes by blaming luck.
Mental Models
by Peter Hollins, Indi Young
258 Pages · 2019 · 1 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
Mental Models is the decision making, statics, psychology and self-help book for the people that shares the thirty practical guidelines to think faster and smarter. Peter Hollins is the author of this impressive book. This guide is like a treasure map that gives you a map to someone while lost in the jungle. It teaches people how to think quickly and focus on your goals no matter how hard the situation is. This book is the ultimate solution to all of your problems and helps you to make wise decisions in your life. We are performing multiple tasks at the same time and in the end, we did not perform any of that. This book will show how to figure out the major tasks and then finish them one by one. It teaches people how to think fast and quick without wasting any time. Discover the secrets that successful people to avoid mistakes. This book will tell you how billionaires, scientists, athletes, and sportsmen reach their extreme position. Peter spend decades studying the psychology of humans and how the mind affects the performance of the human body. This guide contains thirty practical tools and techniques that will make you successful.
Probability and Intuition
by Sujith Vijay
64 Pages · 2020 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Probability and Intuition is the technology, machine theory, and science book that briefly explains the terminology of statics and probability with other branches of sciences. Sujith Vijay is the author of this superb book. Today, we are living in a modern world where technology has changed the whole world. Now people are used too of technology and they want everything more optimized and enhanced. It is a guided tour of enormous topics in statistics and probability with applications in psychology, physics, economics, and physics. Probability and Statics are playing an important role in every field of life. Data scientists use the services of maths to improve their numbers. They have to look for different ways and especially when it comes to rigorous mathematical analysis. There are examples and hands-on experiences that guide students step by step to make things clear. This book is consists of several chapters and all of them are explained beautifully. Businessman, entrepreneur, and in other fields of life statics and probability is being used. Data analysis is performed under the banner of statics and it is one of the highest-paid jobs in the market. All in all, a remarkable book for probability and statics.
Game Theory Evolving
by Herbert Gintis
408 Pages · 2009 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Game Theory Evolving is the statics, game theory, social sciences and research that includes the solutions to the problems and information in support of agent-based modeling. Herbert Gintis is the author of this fascinating book. This is the updated second edition of the book that discusses in detail the latest development in the game theory. It is an incredible book for the graduate and upper-level students of economics. This guide covers the core courses of mathematics and makes it easier for the readers. Discusses in detail when it comes to agent-based modeling. Herbert Gintis did the magnificent job by keeping everything easy and simple. Get excited about the new information that shows students different new ways to apply the game theory to human behavior. Learn how to identify the special nature of individuality and sociality with human theory. This book contains experimental economics, agent-based simulations and cooperation in teams. The author shares the different principles that can be used to make things clear for every kind of business. This second edition contains advance level of information for the reader to take benefit. Last, it is an ultimate book for the readers to get comprehensive information about agent-based modeling.
The Hot Hand
by Ben Cohen
304 Pages · 2020 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The Hot Hand is the decision making, psychologist, small business and probability book that tells people about the secrets of victory both in personal and professional life. Ben Cohen is the author of this stunning book. This guide will show you how to maximize your success and limit your failure. It takes the reader step by step to adopt all the strategies that are required to become a person of your dreams. He brilliantly explains the science behind the peak performance. For decades, psychologists, statisticians, economists, social scientists, and big minds spend their time thinking that whether streaks exist in actually or not? Our life is the process of continuous decisions that we make in our daily life. What is the science behind this theory that if something happened before then it will happen again? Decision making is the process that can affect your life in a positive and negative way. He shares the success stories of the rich people who become a billionaire but back in high school, they were drop out of students. What makes people successful in different fields like business, sports, and entertainment and others? This is a comprehensive book for everyone to change their life.