**you to review them all, so you have a firm understanding of the fundamentals. The second one emphasizes an algebraic approach. The third, a graphical approach. You should be familiar with both.**

*strongly encourage*Notes on the Math and Philosophy of Probability (This is a pdf file.) There is a slight error in this - a line I attributed to Keynes actually comes from Mark Twain. Otherwise, it is pretty basic stuff.

Increasing Risk and Risk Aversion (This a video in YouTube. You can find a link to the PowerPoint file on which it is based in the description of the video.)

Expected Utility and Jensen's Inequality (This a video in YouTube. You can find a link to the PowerPoint file on which it is based in the description of the video.)

You should be able to get through all of this in under 45 minutes. Of course, the less familiar it is to you, the longer it will take to get a good understanding.

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