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Chances

Author : Jackie Collins
ISBN : 0330448463
Genre : Santangelo, Lucky (Fictitious character)
File Size : 80. 6 MB
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Gino Santangelo - a boy from the New York slums - carves himself out a crime empire that takes him all the way to the top. His daughter, Lucky, proves herself to be as deadly as her father. Sensual and provocative, she is too much like him not to make a bid for his empire.

The Doctrine Of Chances

Author : Abraham de Moivre
ISBN : BSB:BSB10053687
Genre : Mathematics
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Chances

Author : Freya North
ISBN : 9780007326679
Genre : Fiction
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The stunning summer besteller from Freya North.

40 Chances

Author : Howard G Buffett
ISBN : 9781451687873
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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After his father challenged him to accomplish something great in the world, the son of legendary investor Warren Buffet set out to help nearly a billion individuals who lack basic food security through his passion of farming, in this inspirational story that is told through 40 stories of lessons learned.

The Doctrine Of Chances

Author : Abraham de Moivre
ISBN : 9781108061803
Genre : Mathematics
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A Huguenot exile in England, the French mathematician Abraham de Moivre (1667-1754) formed friendships with such luminaries as Edmond Halley and Isaac Newton. Making his living from private tuition, he became a fellow of the Royal Society in 1697 and published papers on a range of topics. Probability theory had been pioneered by Pascal, Fermat and Huygens, with further development by the Bernoullis. Originally published in 1718, The Doctrine of Chances was the first English textbook on the new science and so influential that for a time the whole subject was known by the title of the work. Reissued here is the revised and expanded 1738 second edition which contains the remarkable discovery that when a coin is tossed many times, the binomial distribution may be approximated by the normal distribution. This version of the central limit theorem stands as one of de Moivre's most significant contributions to mathematics.

Chances Are

Author : Steve Slavin
ISBN : 9781461622932
Genre : Mathematics
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Chances Are is the first book to make statistics accessible to everyone, regardless of how much math you remember from school.

Chances Of A Lifetime

Author : Warren Christopher
ISBN : 9780743216326
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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AN ENGAGING INSIDER'S ACCOUNT OF SOME OF THE MOST FASCINATING DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL EPISODES IN CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN HISTORY, FROM THE HIGHLY RESPECTED FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE WHO REMAINS A DEMOCRATIC ELDER STATESMAN. Warren Christopher is that rarest of Washington personalities: a wise and witty public servant once described by the Washington Post as "the antithesis of the glitz-hungry, self-aggrandizing, corner-cutting political figures who dominate Washington today." In this memoir, the man whose sage counsel and sometimes parodied discretion brought him to the right hand of mayors, governors, and presidents, shares his personal recollections and impressions of leaders and events that shaped the second half of the twentieth century. Writing in tightly crafted, often self-effacing prose, Christopher chronicles how he left the privacy of life at a premier law firm to heed calls to public service from Supreme Court justice William O. Douglas, Los Angeles mayor Tom Bradley, and California governor Edmund "Pat" Brown -- as well as presidents Lyndon Johnson, Jimmy Carter, and Bill Clinton. Throughout his career, Christopher faced diverse challenges: he advised a president on whether to dispatch federal troops to quell civil disturbances; led negotiations to free American hostages in Iran; investigated a major city's police force gone awry; and helped cope with Yitzhak Rabin's assassination. From "Starting from Scranton" and "The Johnson Treatment" to "Middle East: Antipodes" and "Yesterday a War, Today a Country," each chapter is a compelling story on its own. Together, they offer the first clear picture of the impact of this quiet North Dakotan on modern American history.

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