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The only thing in this description that I have not had in some class or another is moments and moment generating functions. So my question is: Should I take this formal probability class in order to show that I've had it and maybe learn a couple of things I didn't know before but largely hit on topics I've already covered, or should I take a different class? Moreover, wouldIntroduction to the theory of probability, counting rules, conditional probability, independence, additive and multiplicative laws, Bayes Rule. Discrete and continuous random variables, their distributions, moments and moment generating functions. Multivariate probability distributions, independence, covariance. Distributions of functions of random variables, sampling distributions, central limit theorem

*not*taking this class damage my grad school applications?

Thanks so much for your opinions!