I'm looking for a good and pedagogic book about introductory Probability and statistics. I'm trying to get into this subject by self study. I only have knowledge in basic calculus, a little about multivariable calculus and linear algebra. I studying physics but I don't how much I'll be needing to know about these theories, so something suitable for a physicist would be nice. It's also fine if it's 2 separate books one on probability and one on statistics. These subjects explained in books like Riley's "Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering", are just not explained in enough details.