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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
Please post any and all homework or other textbook-style problems in one of the Homework & Coursework Questions...
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1) My wife and I are very athletic. Between us, we jog an average of 5 miles a day. My wife jogs 10. 2) In freeway...
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Ok so over the summer I decided to read Apostol's Calculus Vol. 1 and my only background in calculus is in a high...
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I'm a starting amateur mathematician. I'm studying Gödel's incompleteness theorem and have a couple of rookie...
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I find this problem pretty interesting and I'd like to know more about it and what topic of math it comes from. ...
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Hello everybody! I have a large set of items and, two-by-two, there exists some kind of attraction/repulsion that I...
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Hello, I have a doubt about the distribution of random variables that maximize the differential entropy in a set of...
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I am struggling to understand how a universal restriction works in description logic. I can understand the...
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So if there were say 10 teams that were randomly matched into alliances of 3 v 3 with a score given for eatch match....
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What are the odds of something that statistically should happen 1 in 207 times happening 3 times in 66 occurrences? ...
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Hi every body, i've a simple question in the programation for a certain methode called Monte Carlo method for...
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This is a question I recently solved, but only with brute force computation. I don't know how to represent it with...
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Hi y'all, wondering if you could help me with this. I have a data set with a linear relationship between the...
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I believe that Fibonacci primes are infinite. Currently there is no proof that there is an infinite number of...
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I have got a problem. The dice is thrown until 1 has been rolled twice. The two 1´s do not need to be rolled...
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I'm getting a masters in pure math so my family assumes I know everything there is to know about numbers. My dad...
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So, today we were studying the introduction of probability. For me it is fairly simple (for now). My question is...
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In how many ways can 16 people be seated: A. In a row, if 4 of the 16 do not want to sit next to one another B....
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if we toss 4 coins and we want to know the probability of having 3 heads we can easily calculate that using pascal...
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normally distributed random variable with mean m and variance σ2. Find the PDF of Y
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The ABC manufacturing company purchases a certain part from two suppliers (A supplier & B supplier). The parts...
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You're about to flip a quarter while your friend guesses which side will come up. You agree to switch turns after one...
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I'll explain the problem in a nutshell. 2% of brand X tires are faulty, 98% aren't. If you take a car with 4...
May28-13 08:55 AM
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a discrete random variable has range space {1, 2, ..., n} and satisfies P(X=j) = j/c for some number c. Find c, and...
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Hi Guys, I've used this forum as a great resource for a while now and it's always helped me out. Now I'm really stuck...
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OK this is the first assignment I have in this class and I can't figure out how to negate and simplify the logical...
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Here's something I know there must be a way to easily figure out... but not by me! THE QUESTION... if I have x...
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Hi there. For a statistics assignment, I have two different questions involving testing hypotheses. The first...
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Hey guys, So i'm having trouble telling what the integration bounds should be when calculation the marginal PDF of...
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I've always thought that ∈ is defined when talking about elements in a set. For example, if A is a set and x is an...
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Form a team by choosing 4 persons among 4 women and 7 men. You need at least 2 women in the team. How many ways to do...
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Hi all, assume we have a sample space with 2^n points. (it size is 2^n for some natural n) I need to prove that...
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hello forum, coherence function and correlation functions are the same thing. If we consider a sinusoidal signal...
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Hello Forum, I am not clear on what higher order statistics actually mean. I know that if a process is Gaussian, it...
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John Creighto
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Hello Forum, usually the Pearson coefficient is meaninful to find the linear relationship between two variables....
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Hi there, just wondered if someone could help me? I have a set of data from an experiment and have fitted a cosine...
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Does anyone know how to create a matrix of complex Gaussian noise (with unit power = 1 and mean of zero)? I need to...
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Hello, I am trying to construct a general function/method based on two sets of minimum/maximum data point...
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The following question appeared on a practice exam: For f(x,y) = 24xy if 0<x+y<1 , 0<x,y 0 elsewhere ...
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