Threads Tagged with distribution Thread / Thread Starter Last Post Replies Views I have a final exam in probability and I faced a question that made me think of the logic and the concept of the... Jan15-14 12:24 PM Hornbein 4 413 Set Theory, Logic, Probability, Statistics 1. Radial and angular distribution functions for an orbital Find the most probable value of theta and r for a 2pz... Jan8-14 06:16 AM Simon Bridge 7 286 Advanced Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Repeatdly roll a fair die until the outcome 3 has... Dec31-13 09:17 PM Ray Vickson 1 225 Calculus & Beyond Homework If the distribution of a sum of N iid random variables tends to the normal distribution as n tends to infinity,... Dec29-13 04:45 PM Stephen Tashi 1 356 Set Theory, Logic, Probability, Statistics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Let X_n \in Ge(\lambda/(n+\lambda)) \lambda>0.... Dec29-13 04:15 PM Ray Vickson 3 293 Calculus & Beyond Homework I want to derive this equation: V(r) = \frac{1}{\epsilon_0} of a spherical charge distribution. I can do it... Dec26-13 11:46 PM Observer Two 2 265 Classical Physics While I get the coherent and incoherent scattering process that leads to the bragg diffraction condition, I don't... Dec25-13 01:31 AM edguy99 1 624 Atomic, Solid State, Comp. Physics I have one question, I am sorry if it's stupid or something. So, when we write down the Maxwell's distribution, we... Dec23-13 05:46 AM Varun Bhardwaj 2 532 Special & General Relativity I have a rainfall (mm) vs. year plot of a catch basin (see Excel file below) and I would like to get it's frequency... Dec21-13 11:13 PM median27 2 538 General Engineering 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data hi, so I've got this distribution function:... Dec17-13 12:04 PM Ray Vickson 5 335 Calculus & Beyond Homework Is the most stable/likely configuration of protons in heavy nuclei that of being evenly distributed throughout the... Dec16-13 02:31 PM K^2 8 848 High Energy, Nuclear, Particle Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data We are given a sample of size 100. After some tests... Dec15-13 05:56 AM Deimantas 1 248 Calculus & Beyond Homework By Definition, Let ν be a positive integer. A random variable Y is said to have a chi-square distribution with ν... Dec10-13 11:00 PM Askhwhelp 0 200 Calculus & Beyond Homework Hello, i was given 100 x,y random numbers, and was asked to find: Using vmin = 0, 5 *vmax as bounds on the... Dec9-13 08:15 PM jenny777 1 321 General Physics Hi, The question is: http://puu.sh/5GX2G.jpg http://puu.sh/5GX2G.jpg I am not exactly sure what the question... Dec9-13 06:59 PM Office_Shredder 5 298 Calculus & Beyond Homework A random variable X drawn from a uniform distribution and a random variable y is independently drawn randomly drawn... Dec7-13 10:06 PM Askhwhelp 3 231 Calculus & Beyond Homework By Definition, Let ν be a positive integer. A random variable Y is said to have a chi-square distribution with ν... Dec7-13 10:05 PM Askhwhelp 1 171 Calculus & Beyond Homework $$f(y) = \begin{cases} 0& \text{for }y< 0,\\ 2y& \text{for }0 ≤ y ≤ .5,\\ 6-6y& \text{for }0.5 < y ≤ 1, \\0& \text{for... Dec7-13 10:04 PM Askhwhelp 1 169 Calculus & Beyond Homework With mean = 2 with exponential distribution Calculate E(200 + 5Y^2 + 4Y^3) = 432 E(200) = 200 E(5Y^2)... Dec7-13 09:56 PM Askhwhelp 1 388 Calculus & Beyond Homework$$f(y) = \begin{cases} \int_0^y\frac1\beta e^{\frac {-t}\beta}dt = -e^{\frac {-y}\beta}+1 & \text{for } 0 ≤ y < ∞,\\... Dec7-13 01:34 PM Ray Vickson 3 278 Calculus & Beyond Homework Hello, I have a quick question that is made up of a few parts. 1) How can you show the maxwell speed... Dec7-13 12:52 PM BOAS 0 264 General Physics The amount of time to finish a operation has an exponential distribution with mean 2 hours Find the probability that... Dec7-13 02:15 AM Ray Vickson 1 357 Calculus & Beyond Homework Hi, After adding a wire across a circuit to section off part of the load in the form of a short circuit, I am still... Dec5-13 12:05 PM Baluncore 1 388 Electrical Engineering 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data What is the meaning of the peaks (for example between... Dec5-13 09:30 AM Cookie97 0 338 Advanced Physics Homework Hi, iīm reading Landauīs mechanics and in the 4th chapter in the part disintegration of particles (16) i canīt... Nov30-13 05:44 PM Simon Bridge 3 429 Classical Physics Hello, Empirically, the flux distribution of cosmic ray muons follow cos^2(θ) where θ is angle of incidence.... Nov30-13 02:24 PM phys_student1 4 710 High Energy, Nuclear, Particle Physics Hey all. I'm working on a personal programming project where I'm attempting to simulate (to a small degree) a... Nov27-13 01:55 PM davidhayes 2 574 General Math I'm trying to plot the radial probability function for a hydrogen atom. I have the function itself (Psi2*4*pi*r2)... Nov26-13 11:31 AM Mandragonia 2 2,176 Quantum Physics So I've translated this assignment from another language, but hope it's good enough translated/understandable. 1.... Nov24-13 10:55 PM anonymousk 30 1,012 Calculus & Beyond Homework As I mentioned, I want to know if the cahrge distribution of nuclei has any influence on electronic properties. And... Nov23-13 12:37 PM snorkack 2 574 High Energy, Nuclear, Particle Physics My book notes, that at a given temperature the ratio of the total number of particles in the fermi gas to the total... Nov23-13 08:08 AM hokhani 1 834 Atomic, Solid State, Comp. Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find vrms from the Maxwell speed distribution. ... Nov20-13 01:49 AM Tabiri 1 465 Introductory Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I am trying to determine the posterior distribution of N... Nov19-13 11:29 PM haruspex 4 331 Calculus & Beyond Homework Hello guys, I'm a mechanical engineer fresh out the college. I'm designing a liquid transferring device, and really... Nov19-13 10:01 AM GuccYi 7 523 Mechanical Engineering 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An obect whose mass is distributed according to... Nov19-13 09:48 AM noreally 2 690 Introductory Physics Homework Assume no boron and all control rods out, so the core is super-critical. if KCODE mode is used, and F4 card is for... Nov18-13 07:45 PM gsyou 1 1,170 Nuclear Engineering All derivations of the Fermidistribution uses a canonical ensemble with a chemical potential, which is the same as to... Nov18-13 01:45 AM DrDu 1 560 Atomic, Solid State, Comp. Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Suppose that X is the number of successes in a... Nov13-13 09:46 PM gajohnson 0 329 Calculus & Beyond Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data suppose you have an 1-dimensional system with a charge... Nov13-13 04:10 PM mfb 1 362 Advanced Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data If Y_1, Y_2, ... are iid with cdf F_Y find a large... Nov12-13 09:06 PM Yagoda 0 240 Calculus & Beyond Homework