“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.

If you are interested in becoming a better thinker and a more creative problem solver, this book will provide a good opportunity.

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 and the founder of the Gedanken Institute for Problem Solving.

The book is available at Amazon.com via the link below:

https://www.amazon.com/Probably-Good-Book-Kaylee-Yuhas/dp/0988588900/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1466514144&sr=8-1&keywords=Probably+a+good+book