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Real Analysis and Measure Theory
Not as scary as you might think

Do you know anything about real analysis and measure theory? I was thinking about a gambling problem I couldn't figure out and dug in to find out why. I still don't have an answer, but I learned that measure theory isn't as scary as I thought. If you don't know anything about it, these are two, very accessible introductions:

why use measure theory for probability part 1 -

intro to brownian motion and the ito integral part 1 -

here is the guy from the first video

Terrance Tao's boodk

A really simple intro to financial math from a cs teacher

he also has a site for these videos, might want to check out the probablility refreshers for FE's:

this all started from some guy's comments about measure theory on this "how to quant" HN post

I want to do a calc refresher. Here are some resources for doing that:

calc refresher (See notes)

Mathematics: Its Content, Methods and Meaning - preview on available at Olin Level B Stacks QA36 A453 in all three parts. And it is only $25 on amazon

And also i should read Sheldon Axler's "Linear Algebra Done Right"