C hapter 4 of “Introducing Monte Carlo Methods with R ” has four typos (so far) in the exercises:

â€“ In Exercise 4.5, the should not be in bold fonts (!)

â€“ In Exercise 4.9, I commented too many lines when revising and thus the variance terms vanished. It should read

â€“ In Exercise 4.13, following the removal of one exercise, Exercise 4.2 should read Exercise 4.1

â€“ In Exercise 4.15, should be (as in Problem 4.5 of Monte Carlo Statistical Methods )

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