Please post any and all homework or other textbookstyle problems in one of the Homework & Coursework Questions...

Feb2313 09:25 AM
micromass

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From Klauder's "Modern Approach to Functional Integration"... The integrals go over all of ℝ.
What confuses me...

Mar714 02:03 PM
ManDay

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I'm aware of Cantor's diagonal argument but can't you prove the uncountability of reals between 0 and 1 using a...

Mar714 09:55 AM
Vanadium 50

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P(x) = x ∉ x ⊃ for any set A, there is a set B such that x ∈ B iff x ∈ A and x ∉ x
Does the above mean that...

Mar614 07:56 PM
robertjford80

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Came across this term 'medial' in http://www.sciences.ch/htmlen/arithmetics/arithmeticstatistics01.php.
Except that...

Mar614 02:39 AM
klinmy

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Hi all
Could someone please clarify the behaviour of the Hurst exponent.
For example, would a periodic regular...

Mar514 02:25 PM
emmasaunders12

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I'm an oldie and not wellversed in the modern formalism used in stochastic calculus, so please bear with me. I'm...

Mar514 06:19 AM
bpet

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We define by recursion the set of sets {An:n∈ℕ} this way:
A_0=∅
A_n+1=A_n ∪ {A_n}.
I want to prove by induction...

Mar414 06:45 PM
micromass

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Why are there so many physical processes which are described (with more or less accuracy) by a normal distribution?

Mar414 12:50 PM
homeomorphic

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Hello,
I was playing a game the other day as an archer. There were two possible setups and ever since i have been...

Mar314 11:42 PM
MrsTMouse

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Hello. A friend sent me the following problem that she wants to include in an essay:
There are two epistemic peers...

Mar314 10:28 PM
FactChecker

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Wondering about degrees of freedom. So basically let me express my current understanding:
Comparing the statistical...

Mar314 04:14 PM
chiropter

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You are in late position with $400 at a 1/2 NL Hold'em cash game with pocket jacks. The player under the gun (a loose...

Mar314 02:38 PM
economicsnerd

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Hello All!
A recent problem has stuck with me, and I was hoping you could help me resolve it.
Consider the following...

Mar214 10:17 AM
Stephen Tashi

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Hi
I have discovered that the Von Neumann bias correction method only works when the bias is 100% stable, for...

Mar214 10:11 AM
Stephen Tashi

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Hello,
I have this one problem but have no idea how to get started.
Avg. number of accidents is .4 accidents /...

Mar114 06:49 PM
economicsnerd

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Suppose I have measurements x_i \pm \sigma_{xi} and y_i \pm \sigma_{yi} where \sigma is the uncertainty in the...

Mar114 05:02 PM
Stephen Tashi

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Although I have taken Discrete Mathematics I am really bad with probability and would appreciate your insight in this....

Feb2714 05:49 PM
Simon Bridge

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If S is a subset of X, and cS is the complement of S with respect to X, is the union of S and cS equal to X? Seems...

Feb2714 05:18 PM
chipotleaway

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Hello
I am having a hard time understanding which factors should be taken into account and which ones should not be...

Feb2714 03:10 PM
MarneMath

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If anyone knows of any sites that have lectures on lambda calculus it would be very helpful if you could post them....

Feb2614 06:17 PM
TheDemx27

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This is a hard to explain question. If what I wrote makes no sense to you please let me know so that I can fix it.
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Feb2614 05:53 PM
Stephen Tashi

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Hi,
I have a transitive relation and wana build a complete set of pairs that reflect all (direct/indirect)...

Feb2614 09:12 AM
mm84010

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Good day. I would like to ask for your help about our Statistical Analysis of our project. Our project is an alarm...

Feb2514 07:44 PM
Mastur

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I'm having trouble with applying this theorem to likelihood functions in order to obtain a sufficiency statistic for...

Feb2414 05:20 AM
Coolster7

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At least I'm educating myself before playing the lotto, right?
There's a game in Georgia called "Keno!" and they do...

Feb2314 04:38 PM
eigenperson

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I had to solve a problem in which I had a Markov process described by a transition matrix with elements a _{ij} =...

Feb2314 01:15 PM
carllacan

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Suppose we have a methereological model which describes the weather change as a Markov chain: we assume that the...

Feb2314 07:34 AM
carllacan

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Hi.
I have a couple ofsimple question about Bayesian Filters, just to check that I'm correctly grasping everything....

Feb2214 07:47 PM
FactChecker

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It is wellknown that with known marginal probabilities a_{i} and
b_{j} the joint probability distribution maximizing...

Feb2214 07:15 PM
stlukits

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Hi, I have a question about the definition of the poisson process. Check out the definition here:
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Feb2114 11:32 AM
bobby2k

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Anonymised medical records are to be sold in the UK ......

Feb2114 06:03 AM
B0bA

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As a mathematician, what may you say are the beauties that you see in the Mandelbrot set??

Feb2014 07:34 PM
Simon Bridge

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I had an undergraduate pose an interesting question to me. "Why doesn't Cantor's Diagonal Argument apply to the...

Feb2014 07:27 PM
FactChecker

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Hi, so I'm currently writing a lab report and need to determine the error in the value of my graphs gradient, m. I...

Feb2014 11:15 AM
Harry Smith

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We have a sensor that measures a certain value that lies in the range (0, 3). The sensor is not perfect, and sometimes...

Feb1914 03:25 AM
D H

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Hi,
Following is the series:
3, 76, 49, 24, 59,....
Can anybody help in finding the next number in the...

Feb1914 02:15 AM
Borek

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I've been asked to fit the histogram with a Poisson distribution as part of a mostly independent learning thing. The...

Feb1814 09:01 PM
FactChecker

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Hello,
I'm in an aspiring high school math teacher who is in his first mathteaching course, and we have split into...

Feb1814 05:44 PM
FactChecker

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I'm having trouble with the following:
Let R be a relation on A. Prove that if Dom(R) \bigcap Range(R) = ø, then R...

Feb1814 04:30 PM
PeroK

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Hello,
I have two random variables X and Y that can take values of the kind (a,b) where a,b\in \{ 0,1,2,3 \}. Thus,...

Feb1814 01:17 PM
mnb96

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