For courses in Introductory Statistics (algebra-based) or Statistical Methods for the Social Sciences. This friendly, informative reference is the only book on probability available at this level-i.e., it does not require a calculus background or even algebra to understand. Ideal when used as a supplement on probability in an introductory Statistics, Finite Mathematics or Liberal Arts Math course. It uses easy-to-understand language and examples that foster an appreciation for probability in our daily lives. Its goal is to present concrete examples in probability theory that will be useful and interesting to the student.