MAT 135A (Probability) Resources.
 Complete 2011
Lecture Notes, by Janko Gravner.
These lectures notes are still in the testing phase
as a textbook. If they prove unsuitable, I presume
MAT135AB will switch to commercially available
textbooks. If you are a student and you have any suggestion
about how the UC Davis Math Dept. should proceed with its free online
materials, please talk to me in person.
 A collection of
homework problems.
 2009/10 exams. 135A:
midterm 1,
midterm 2,
final.
135B:
midterm 1,
midterm 2,
final.
 2010/11 exams. 135A:
midterm 1,
midterm 2,
final.
135B:
midterm 1,
midterm 2,
final.
 2011/12 exams. 135A:
midterm 1,
midterm 2,
final.
Correction: mt1, 2e: (3/6)^10.
 2012/13 exams. 135A:
midterm 1,
midterm 2,
final.
Correction: mt1, 4a: 1/2^9.
Correction: mt2, 1b: phi(0) is not about epsilon,
but phi(0)>0 and phi(0) is much smaller than epsilon. (In fact, phi(0) is about
4 (epsilon)^{3/2}.)
Correction: final, 5c: 17 choose 7 in the denominator.
 2013/14 exams. 135A:
midterm 1,
midterm 2,
final.
Correction: final, 2d: change "first four" to "first three" in the statement (or add
a factor of 10/49 in the solution).
 2017/18 exams. 135A:
midterm 1,
midterm 2,
final.
 Twenty
tougher problems.

Standard Normal table and
Normal distribution calculator from Hyperstat.
 Book by C. M. Grinstead and J. L. Snell,
Introduction to Probability and other materials.
 A book on basic probability and statistics,
which can be viewed online or downloaded (developed at Rice University).
 Introduction
to probability, an online tutorial with many demos, part of
statistics tutorial Hyperstat
from Rice University.

Virtual Laboratories
in Probability and Statistics from University of Alabama (use Firefox, the
site does not work well with Explorer).