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Quintic diophantine equation
Number of solutions of $x^2_1+\dots+x^2_n=0,$ $x_i\in \Bbb{F}_q.$
Continuity of inverse function (via sequences)
Inverse of $x\log(x)$ for $x>1$
Let $F$ be a field, $f(x)$ is a polynomial in $F$. $E = F/(f)$ is a field if and only if $f(x)$ is irreducible.
Prove that $\sum\limits_{k=1}^{n-1}\tan^{2}\frac{k \pi}{2n} = \frac{(n-1)(2n-1)}{3}$
When does a null integral implies that a form is exact?
Derivation of shifted Dirac Delta
Proof of Gelfand formula for spectral radius
Inertia group modulo $Q^2$
Average length of the longest segment
Sum of fourth powers in terms of sum of squares
How to explain that division by $0$ yields infinity to a 2nd grader
Birational and faithfully flat $\implies$ isomorphism
Prove $\lim_{n\to\infty}x_n=2$ Given $\lim_{n \to \infty} x_n^{x_n} = 4$

I am looking for a textbook on Statistical Analysis. Unfortunately most of the books I have seen, such as Statistics by DeGroot et al., are quite the opposite of the terse and lean textbooks I prefer (such as any book by Milnor).

Can someone suggest to me an introductory or perhaps even intermediate statistics textbook which is under 300 pages. It can assume that I know measure theory but not much probability theory (though I doubt that would be necessary).

The textbook should teach me enough statistical analysis as is required in an (Business/Financial) Analysts job.

- What are the most famous (common used) precalculus books and its differences?
- book recommendation for real analysis
- How to compute rational or integer points on elliptic curves
- The integral $\int \frac{J_{d/2}^{2}(x)}{x} \ \mathrm{d}x$
- Undergraduate/High-School-Olympiad Level Introductory Number Theory Books For Self-Learning
- What are good books to learn graph theory?

Thank you for the suggestions.

- Interpolation between iterated logarithms
- What is the prerequisite knowledge for learning Galois theory?
- Good Textbook in Numerical PDEs?
- Why are these two definitions of a perfectly normal space equivalent?
- Where to begin with foundations of mathematics
- Logistic function passing through two points?
- Mathematics and Music
- mean and std deviation of a population equal?
- Differential Geometry of curves and surfaces: bibliography?
- Polarization: etymology question

I like Nitis Mukhopadhyay’s Probability and Statistical Inference. But that’s just a starting point. It’s impossible to tell what exactly you would need for a Business/Financial Analysis job, but probably more than what can be covered in a single introductory textbook.

- Express partial derivatives of second order (and the Laplacian) in polar coordinates
- Derivative of matrix with respected to vector (matrix in se(3))
- Show that $\langle 2,x \rangle$ is not a principal ideal in $\mathbb Z $
- What is the motivation for differential forms?
- A question concerning the Cantor (ternary) function
- Finite p-group with a cyclic frattini subgroup.
- Show that $\left\langle\alpha_A(I\cap J)\right\rangle \subset \left\langle\alpha_A(I)\right\rangle \cap \left\langle\alpha_A(J)\right\rangle $.
- Is every field the field of fractions for some integral domain?
- What is the coproduct of fields, when it exists?
- Showing $\{a+b\sqrt{2} \in R$ | $a$ is divisible by $2\}$ is an ideal.
- Showing $\sup \{ \sin n \mid n\in \mathbb N \} =1$
- Besides proving new theorems, how can a person contribute to mathematics?
- Prove that $\sum_{k=0}^nk{m+k \choose m}=n{m+n+1\choose m+1}-{m+n+1 \choose m+2}$
- What are some interesting calculus facts your calculus teachers didn't teach you?
- Why don't we define division by zero as an arbritrary constant such as $j$?