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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As it says in the title, will anyone please give me the equation (in prealgebraic terms) for discrete choice...

Jun1110 05:25 PM
EnumaElish

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Hi this is more of a set theory question really, i'm a bit confused,
say \mathcal{F} is collections of sets, and...

Jun1510 09:25 AM
EnumaElish

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569 
This is not a tutorial, but I thought I'd post a link to a Webpage dedicated to calculating the probability that two...

Jun1510 02:01 PM
moonman239

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I just found a graph that uses 2006 data to estimate the probability of obtaining an offer that is at least the target...

Jun1710 09:49 PM
moonman239

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I have a question on the chances of winning a lottery: If you buy 10 tickets in a lottery where the odds of you...

Jun1910 03:25 PM
SW VandeCarr

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Hi I am currently reading:
http://www.cs.cornell.edu/~asaxena/learningdepth/saxena_ijcv07_learningdepth.pdf
...

Jun2010 05:23 AM
SW VandeCarr

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Hello all,
I have the following question:
Assume (\Omega, \mathcal{F},P) = (,\mathcal{B}(),\lambda), where...

Jun2010 09:52 PM
DrRocket

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702 
hi i just need a simple yet uncomplicated proof for
(A UNION B)'S COMPLIMENTARY=A' INTERSECTION B'

Jun2010 04:56 AM
SW VandeCarr

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A and B play a game of golf ( where the player with the lowest score wins). The deck is divided so that 17 cards goes...

Jun2110 02:43 PM
moonman239

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I am familiar with the derivation of the probability density function of the sample mean but was looking for an...

Jun2110 02:01 PM
statdad

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753 
If I hypothesize that 70% of all my future coin tosses will come up heads, and I sample 15 coin tosses and get 13...

Jun2610 12:36 PM
EnumaElish

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874 
Hi. I have the following problem I am finding very difficult to solve.
Assume that the lifetime T is an r.v. that...

Jun2410 06:23 PM
SW VandeCarr

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1,797 
Hi:
I want to know the quadratic covariation of Brownian motion B(t) and poisson process N(t).Is it B(t)?
...

Jun2410 06:23 PM
wayneckm

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Thanks everyone!:)
My Answer:
If I understand it right, since there are 3 dice, the probability that any of the...

Jul110 06:59 PM
mathman

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912 
Hi all,
I am stumped on how to achieve this with the data I have. My PI thinks there is a way, but I can't seem to...

Jul210 12:24 PM
EnumaElish

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833 
How would I calculate the probability of getting a royal flush in a game of Texas Holdem with 9 players sitting on a...

Jul410 09:02 AM
Fredrik

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edgeworth_series
What does "standardized cumulant" mean? It becomes clear in the...

Jul610 04:05 PM
SW VandeCarr

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On this website (http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id/60598/title/When_intuition_and_math_probably_look_wrong),...

Jul510 09:54 PM
DaveC426913

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Hi.
I am going to have my Multivariate Statistics exam in two weeks. I am going by a book that isn't available in...

Jul710 01:42 PM
statdad

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1,725 
I have the following sequences of numbers:
1) 32, 16, 8, 4, 2, 1
2) 32, 16, 8, 2, 1, 0.5
3) 32, 16, 4, 2, 1, 0.5,...

Jul1010 01:20 PM
onako

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1,208 
Hello all,
I have the following question regarding the interchange between union and intersection.
\cup_{q <...

Jul2010 03:31 AM
yossell

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1,194 
Hello,
I am trying to find a clean solution for this (i.e. straightforward and academically acceptable). I...

Jul2110 09:55 PM
wmac

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sum_{i=k}^{n} {i \choose k}i^{t}
...

Jul2710 07:22 AM
Eynstone

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Hi, I'm having a little trouble with this question:
Among entering students at a certain college, the men averaged...

Jul2210 12:57 PM
CompuChip

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Does anybody of you know about this problem and how to compensate for it?

Jul2310 01:42 PM
statdad

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I'm stumped on what seems to be a simple proof question, but I don't know what to do.
Question:
(c) Show that the...

Aug410 02:19 AM
brian44

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Aug210 11:34 PM
numberthree

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862 
How to prove the variance of the t distribution?

Aug610 07:59 AM
SW VandeCarr

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2,580 
i need full working out process...
thanks for helping me :)
1. Let X be a random variable with PMF
x 0 1 2 3 4...

Aug810 06:44 AM
adriank

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874 
I encountered a problem related to merchandise allocation. We are given the present available quantity of an item and...

Aug910 10:49 AM
sganesh88

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I have N people and each of them has a uniform probability to belong to one of M countries. Now I wonder what is the...

Aug2310 04:45 AM
bpet

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This is my question:
E1 = there is no rain
E2 = concrete material production is feasible
E3 = premix concrete is...

Aug1810 04:46 AM
SW VandeCarr

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1,301 
Does anyone know to formulate the pmf and pdf of sum 2 uniform random variables of nonidentically distributed?
Say...

Aug2410 09:58 AM
Mute

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I've done an experiment with human participants, n=40, so it's a large sample n>=30 from a large population. Now I'm...

Sep210 09:10 AM
bpet

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If I have a slope for which I do simple linear regression analysis, but each of the 6 datapoints of the slope have...

Sep510 10:38 AM
bpet

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Hi Everyone,
Trying to make my way through bunch of problems and have run into drama with 2 questions. Any help...

Sep610 03:00 AM
CompuChip

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I really understand most of the question, just having trouble with one part, so I am going to try to sum it up. if you...

Sep710 07:26 AM
SW VandeCarr

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Ok I am not sure if I should put this question in the homework category of here but it’s a problem from schaums...

Sep710 04:53 AM
bpet

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Hello,
I have done a chi squared test on the measurements from a neutron flux experiment to get the best parameters...

Sep910 02:26 AM
SW VandeCarr

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3,079 
Hi guys,
My question is to prove that the set of algebraic numbers is countable, then also prove that the set of...

Sep810 10:32 AM
CompuChip

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989 