# Set Theory, Logic, Probability, Statistics

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 Meta Thread / Thread Starter Last Post Replies Views Please post any and all homework or other textbook-style problems in one of the Homework & Coursework Questions... Feb23-13 10:25 AM micromass 1 26,352 Hi Guys, I am trying to measure variability in a part for my sensor which l do not know the true value. So l... Jul17-12 08:36 PM Nyasha 4 914 I am testing a certain part on a camera. So l was thinking of taking a set of measurements and then change that part... Jun15-12 11:25 AM Nyasha 8 1,248 How is percentage uncertainty different from standard deviation ? I have five measurements and l calculated the... Jun15-12 10:07 AM I like Serena 5 1,673 I have two sets of data, one represents electrical noise in a circuit and the other represents the gain in the... Jun20-12 04:05 AM viraltux 1 639 So l have got 16 data points and l would like to know if this data follows a uniform distribution. I have tried using... Jun26-12 07:33 AM chiro 2 1,270 So l am testing a sensor l recently developed. I am changing parts on the sensor and testing to see if my data is... Jul6-12 10:16 AM Nyasha 11 1,584 So l have a nuclear counting system which follows a poisson distribution. I have taken 5 data sets consisting of 30... Aug22-12 01:34 AM Simon Bridge 1 463 Hey, I'm new to all this so cut me some slack, but have been trying to work through some questions, and I cant seem... Sep9-07 07:35 PM EnumaElish 3 3,932 Is it possible to give a set of inconsistent sentences with only one member? An inconsistent set of senteces... May25-06 03:11 PM honestrosewater 2 1,169 If I were to calculate the probability of getting 6 out of 6 numbers correct in a lottery where you choose six numbers... Jun16-12 06:48 PM Simon Bridge 18 2,627 ｗｈａｔ　ｉｓ　ｔｈｅ　ｓｉｎｇｌｅ　ａｘｉｏｍ　ａｎｄ　ｒｕｌｅｓ　ｏｆ　ｉｎｆｅｒｅｎｃｅ？？ Aug3-10 12:34 AM numberthree 1 822 Sup everyone, Assume I have two sample observations. I am wondering when I should use a test for a difference in... Dec4-11 04:43 AM chiro 3 1,922 Hey, Is there any Two Sample Median Tests (for differences) in R. I tried searching for hours, and I got not luck.... Dec5-11 05:45 AM bpet 1 1,491 Delete please. Got it! Nov27-12 08:51 PM nukeman 0 639 Hey, how can I run a analyse with SPSS statistics software for this data? (I am not a stats guy at all, and not sure... Nov29-12 01:09 PM nukeman 3 669 Hello, I had a question about data which is represented by a fractal distribution. I know that the linear regression... Jan20-13 09:44 PM Stephen Tashi 7 1,040 I've searched the internet and the forums for any help on this, but I cant seem to find a topic that details what the... Feb7-12 01:30 AM Stephen Tashi 1 1,076 Hi, Can someone please help me solve the following: Find the distribution of xy/z where x, y, z is independent... Jan3-12 01:59 AM SW VandeCarr 2 1,513 A box contains four tickets, numbered 0,1,1, and 2. Let Sn be the sum of the numbers obtained from n draws at random... Oct24-13 05:08 PM mathman 1 348 I can't come to a comfortable conclusion which doesn't make positive, negative, real, imaginary, complex, irrational... Sep22-11 12:23 AM Ntstanch 24 4,109 Sorry it's my first time posting so I am not sure if latex works here... I have been trying to understand the proof... May17-12 02:05 AM Stephen Tashi 14 2,349 Suppose that nx is binomially distributed: B((n-1)p, (n-1)p(1-p)) I wish to find the expected value of a function... Sep30-12 03:24 AM mXSCNT 3 563 Hello all, I need to find the statistical significance (95% confidence interval) for 3 independent samples. From... Nov3-06 06:43 PM EnumaElish 1 3,205 Hi, I am doing an undergraduate introductory statistics course and I'm trying to understand some basic concepts. ... Sep13-13 06:26 PM woopyoudead 8 18,485 Hello! :) My background: MSc in engineering (up to, but not exceeding, multivariable calculus) and the rest is just... May28-13 06:43 PM Dmobb Jr. 14 666 I know that function is a type of relation. What i acctually need to know is that; Are these relations Equivalent all... Feb23-13 09:50 AM micromass 1 364 Two vectors u,v ∈ V are said to be orthogonal if = 0. Given the following statement: Two vectors u,v ∈ V... Jul20-10 01:47 AM Noxide 2 830 Can a statement or proposition be considered a mathematical object? Jul23-10 05:14 AM Hurkyl 13 1,677 My current calculus text uses the words "provided that" a lot, and I'm not sure what those words mean in the context... Nov3-10 01:39 PM Noxide 0 1,058 Hi all, Can anyone gimme any clues to solve the sum below (or solve it outright :D)? \sum_{i=k}^{n}... Mar1-13 06:52 AM nowonda 8 642 Let f be a primitive recursive total function, and let A be the set of all n such that the value f(n) is 'new' in the... Apr12-05 01:00 PM Hurkyl 1 1,273 Does anyone have an idea how to prove that "P V Q" is not equivalent to any horn formula. All I seem to find is people... Apr23-05 05:29 PM nounou 4 3,132 How can we write a sentence in first-order logic that says that a graph has exactly 6 edges? i.e. G= (V,E) (logically... Apr25-05 01:19 PM BicycleTree 35 5,206 Does anyone have an idea how can we represent certain properties of a graph using second-order logic, versus... Apr24-05 02:44 PM kleinwolf 3 1,929 How can I compute values for the Q-function: Probability that a gaussian random variable with zero mean and some... Jul14-08 11:03 AM HallsofIvy 2 12,736 The explanation for the Poisson distribution in reference book is " when given an interval of real number, assume... Feb9-11 05:41 PM mathman 4 684 Hi, I'm trying to figure out something I'm pretty sure is true, but don't know how to prove it. I couldn't find the... Dec5-13 05:30 PM NotEuler 4 328 Hey, can anyone give me some help? I'm trying to calculate the time unavailable of a system due to a component... Mar10-09 10:19 AM John Creighto 1 999 I have been doing a lot of work recently on quantitatively modeling error in models versus experiment. One of the... Mar16-09 10:48 AM Norman 0 879 Never mind. Jul16-13 07:54 AM Normalization 0 329

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