The main written resource for this class is lecture notes by Sanjoy Dasgupta and Yoav Freund. That are avaiable from the class open-edx web site here
Other useful books are
OpenIntro Statistics is an excellent book about statistics and statistical inference.
Introduction to probability by Grinsted and Snell. This book is a thorough introduction to probability. It covers much more than we cover in CSE103. Go to this book when you feel that the class notes are not sufficient.
Think Stats: Probability and Statistics for Programmers by Allen Downey. This book makes extensive use of code example in python to explain statistical concepts in a way that makes sense to programmers.
The main concepts and formulas used in the course can be found here. You can use these cheat sheets in seveal ways:
- As an aid when doing homework.
- As a way to review material you learned to see that you understand the formulas and know how to use them.
- While you will not be allowed to bring this sheet with you to the exam. I recommend that you use it to create your own cheat sheet. This cheat sheet can be created by hand and can fill both sides of a single letter sized sheet of paper.
The practice final in a PDF format can be downloaded from here