If you are interested in becoming a better thinker and a more creative problem solver, this book will provide a good opportunity.
“Probably a Good Book” is a terrific self-contained companion for the motivated youngster or life-long learner. The concepts of probability are explained clearly, concisely and without pretentious mathematical terms. The book contains a deep-dive into numerous problems involving probability — each of which contains a complete solution.
Unlike other books on probability, “Probably A Good Book” focuses on the development of the readers’ general problem-solving skills rather than the ability to plug numbers into formulas to get answers.
The authors are Kaylee Yuhas and Sam Schwab, both of whom are currently in graduate school and Dr. Edwin F Meyer, chair of physics at Baldwin Wallace University.