Calculus: A Modern Approach by Karl Menger

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By Karl Menger

One of the twentieth century's most unusual mathematicians, Menger taught scholars of many backgrounds. His radical revision of the normal textual content offers natural and utilized calculus in a clarified conceptual body, delivering a radical knowing of idea in addition to the power to exploit calculus as a device. 1955 edition.

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5* Stochastic Dominance The search for a measure of risk led us to compare probability distributions with the same mean. In order to compare probability distributions more generally, we set forth the notion of stochastic dominance. Consider a family of stochastic variables indexed by r on the closed interval [0,1]. Let be the distribution function of the stochastic variable . ,r1) if and only if with strict inequality for a set of values of x with positive probability. ,r1) if and only if with strict inequality for a set of values of x with positive probability.

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