
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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Hi guys!
I have a set of datapoints, and i´m about to use GaussNewton to fit a model function (Lorentzian) to...

Jan1210 03:10 PM
Or Entity?

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Hi, I'm currently trying to work through a problem about calculating the most likely time for a hard disk to fail:
...

Dec2111 01:11 PM
Stephen Tashi

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How can we prove that the power set of a finite set is finite?
Thanks.

Mar2607 12:15 PM
orcarus

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Quad tens must beat. Both players must use their two hole cards. In texas holdem you're dealt two cards and after...

Mar1114 02:48 PM
paisiello2

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I always do questions on school that ask for a test of hypothesis where the sample data is already give, but what if...

Nov306 06:12 PM
EnumaElish

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Hi,
i have problems differentiating these two terms. can anyone give some examples of these two terms? Thanks!

Aug1705 10:36 AM
EnumaElish

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Hello:
I am referring to 'Table of Laplace Transforms' by Roberts&Kaufman. But I cannot seem to get a soln for the...

May608 05:39 AM
orstats

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i need a general form to solve Prob(a or b or c ... or z) that r not mutually exclusive.
i managed to derive it for...

Mar2210 02:17 PM
osaad

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Hello!
I have the following problem
My Physical System
I have a sensor which changes resistance on application...

Jun2509 05:31 AM
Oscar6330

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Greetings,
I'm making a statistical calculator for game analysis, and have an interesting problem.
Here is a...

Feb2310 07:58 PM
zli034

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Does the following make sense:
E(e^{X}) = 0 \Rightarrow X = \infty\quad a.s. ?
(Intuitively yes, but...

Jun1311 06:06 PM
micromass

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Let M_t = \sum_{i=1}^\infty \frac{1}{i} (N_t^i  \lambda t) where \{ N^i \} is a sequence of iid Poisson processes...

Jun1411 09:11 PM
spamiam

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hi
i have an exam after 1 week and while i was studying i found this simple problem
but i couldnt answer it as the...

Nov509 04:21 AM
HallsofIvy

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A set is not allowed to has itself as a member: X \notin X. But I wonder if this is allowed: \{X\} \in X.

Jan111 03:40 PM
JeremyHorne

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Hey all,
I have an engineering background with a pretty terrible grounding in statistics and just about all maths...

Feb2411 12:12 PM
diggy

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So here is the problem:
Now what seems logical to me is first choose 1 of the 10 nonperforming and then choose...

Jan911 10:58 PM
mXSCNT

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I've read (and I've been told in lectures) that each graph (let's just say a combinatorial graph) corresponds to a...

Aug1706 10:11 AM
AKG

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Does the choice function let me choose exactly one element from a set? The set which I am choosing from must be the...

Oct406 02:43 PM
CRGreathouse

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I have 6 years of data which has both a 3month and a 12month seasonality, it exhibits a trend and is very noisy.
...

Jul711 12:17 AM
Oxymoron

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Hi,
I'm in need of a book recommendation :smile: .
As a practicing physicist I get to use some statistics now and...

Jan1708 11:43 AM
EnumaElish

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Hi, I've been trying for 3 hours to solve this proof using identities. I can't seem to get it.
Can i get a little...

Apr2411 03:52 AM
tinytim

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Suppose that f:\longrightarrow{\mathbb{R}} is a function such that f(.,y) is constant for almost all y, and f(.,y) is...

Jan1810 11:13 PM
p33rz

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It'd be great if anyone can tell me how to work these kinds of function and induction problems. Don't worry, these are...

Sep3007 10:19 PM
p4nda

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I need help on converting these to the correct logical notation form using only the propositional connectives and the...

Dec807 09:03 PM
KingOrdo

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Hi there!
I'm working on a random walkproblem my professor gave me.
Given a MC with the following properties:...

Oct1412 03:26 PM
Paalfaal

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This is the QQPlot of a data. What can be inferred from this plot ?
(Tested against Normal Distribution)
QQPLOT 1 :...

Sep2712 04:06 AM
paawansharmas

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My doubt is that whether we can apply nonlinear smoothing to a almost linear data ( without one or 2 discontinuity)
...

Apr613 02:53 PM
ssd

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Hi i am currently doing a project and I am taking as input a set of X and Y variables.
I have implemented linear...

May2709 12:40 PM
pablo26

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I am starting a project on signal detection theory (cognitive focus), and working with a winbugs expansion in matlab....

Jul114 10:00 AM
scinoob

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I understand how using classical or bayesian statistical inference os often very helpful for solving information...

Jul214 07:10 PM
marcusl

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Hi,
Say F:A>A where A is a metric space and F is onto. I think it should be true that this implies that F is also...

Sep2709 09:08 PM
HallsofIvy

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Hi everyone, very excited to be here and this my first post.
I have a question about data fitting by using least...

Aug511 03:52 PM
mathman

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I know this might be really simple, but I get easily confused.
CASE 1.
I have a bag with eight marbles, one of...

Oct606 07:51 AM
Paddy

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Hi,
I would like to solve this version of the unfair coin problem.
The coin has a probability p for head and 1p...

Aug1709 03:35 AM
pagheca

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Let X1 and Y1 be two random variables. We have Cov(X1,Y1) = 0. Does this extend to any transformation X2 = g(X1) and...

May1313 10:14 AM
Stephen Tashi

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I have two sets of deterministic numbers, collected in the two vectors: x= and y=. My (determinstic) theory says that...

Nov211 11:02 AM
Stephen Tashi

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Let's say we have a cumulative distribution function (cdf) G and random numbers v1 and v2.
The definition of strict...

Nov911 06:23 PM
chiro

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I have N random variables (x1,x2,...,xN) following a Dirichlet distribution with parameter vector (1,...,1). That is,...

Apr3013 04:37 AM
PAHV

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Let x(1),...,x(N) all be independent uniformally distributed variables defined on (0,1), i.e. (x(1),...,x(N)) ...

May1013 01:55 AM
chiro

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A Binomial distribution has a standard normal limiting distribution, i.e. (XE)/se(X) > N(0,1), where X is the sum of...

May2213 03:27 AM
PAHV

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