
Acknowledgements
Parts of the material in this section was taken from a number of sources, which are listed below
Mathematica 4.0, S. Wolfram. An introduction to computer simulation methods. H. Gould and J. Tobochnik. Addison Wesley 2nd edition Continuous system modeling, Francois Cellier. Springer Verlag 1991 Computer Simulations with Mathematica: Explorations in Complex Physical and Biological Systems by Richard J. Gaylord and Paul R. Wellin Steven Keltner and Scott Sloan, University of MissouriRolla: Mathematica in Education Volume 3 Number 1 Winter 1994 Weiss, George H. 1983. "Random Walks and Their Applications", American Scientist, 71(1), pp. 6571 K.D. Stroyan, Calculus using Mathematica Academic Press 1993.
Introduction
Probability is the most important concept in modern science, especially as nobody has the slightest notion what it means.  Bertrand Russell In this NoteBook you will look into Random Number Generation and the use in estimating integrals and modelling random processes.
Important instructions for all students: Each notebook contains several questions that must be handed in. Theses questions are labeled accordingly:
Required: These questions must be done by all students.
Advanced: These questions are considered to be more difficult and may be assigned by the instructor.
Optional: These questions are optional to all students and will be counted towards extra marks.

