so that's called chi-square .. . i got a list of books from mpm. . going mph buy soon..
1. Bostock, L., Chandler, S., & Rourke, C., Further Pure Mathematics, Stanley Thornes, 1982 (Reprinted 2002).
2. Gaulter, B. & Gaulter, M., Further Pure Mathematics, Oxford, 2001.
3. Poole, D., Linear Algebra: A Modern Introduction, Brooks/Cole, 2003.
4. Anton, H., Bivens, I., & Davis, S., Calculus (Seventh Edition), John Wiley, 2002.
5. Barnett, S., Discrete Mathematics: Numbers and Beyond, Addison Wesley, 1998.
6. Rosen, K. H., Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications (Fifth Edition), McGraw-Hill, 2003.
7. Scheinerman, E. R., Mathematics: A Discrete Introduction, Brooks/Cole, 2000.
8. Crawshaw, J. & Chambers, J., A concise Course in Advanced Level Statistics (Fourth Edition), Nelson Thornes, 2001.
9. Johnson, R. A. & Bhattacharyya, G. K., Statistics: Principles and Methods (Fourth Edition), John Wiley, 2001.
10. Upton, G. & Cook, I., Introducing Statistics (Second Edition), Oxford, 2001.
according to johnivan,""However, some of the sections of certain chapters can't be found in the 5 books (Gaussian elimination, Taylor's remainder theorem, differentiability, etc)(post #1.""(still dunno how to wrap quotes)
so the remaining topic can be found where?? and do we really need maths s text??