Threads Tagged with weighted Thread / Thread Starter Last Post Replies Views Hi guys, I am doing some research into McDonalds and it's international businesses. It's a small study for people... Dec5-13 02:58 PM viciam 8 549 General Math 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Given two positive numbers calculate their weighted... Dec2-13 08:09 PM Mark44 1 265 Precalculus Mathematics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Suppose we measure N pairs of values (xi, yi) of two... Nov17-13 09:15 PM mbigras 0 437 Introductory Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data This is not a homework question, but I'm facing this... Sep16-13 07:39 PM changyongjun 0 335 Calculus & Beyond Homework Hi all, It's been a while since I have asked a question here, but statistics has never been my forte. I have the... Sep4-13 03:15 AM Stephen Tashi 7 919 Set Theory, Logic, Probability, Statistics I have the following silly problem I don't know how to get round:cry: I have a set of datapoints, each point has... Jul2-13 10:59 AM f95toli 1 297 Set Theory, Logic, Probability, Statistics Let x(1),...,x(N) all be independent uniformally distributed variables defined on (0,1), i.e. (x(1),...,x(N)) -... May10-13 02:55 AM chiro 5 538 Set Theory, Logic, Probability, Statistics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data For simplicity, I'm leaving out extraneous details... Feb21-13 12:51 AM sankalpmittal 1 574 Precalculus Mathematics Homework 1. Show that applying a second-order weighted moving average to a cubic polynomial will not change anything. X_t =... Feb2-13 05:23 PM Scootertaj 8 455 Calculus & Beyond Homework Hello! I am using physical data to do an analysis (~30k measurements). These measurements include energies,... Feb1-13 10:32 AM Brais 5 2,361 Set Theory, Logic, Probability, Statistics A meter stick is found to balance at the 49.2cm mark when placed on a fulcrum. When a 46.0g mass is attached at the... Jan17-13 11:10 PM berkeman 3 435 Introductory Physics Homework m=Ʃiwi Ʃiwixiyi - Ʃiwixi Ʃiwiyi - In this formula, does wi mean to include the weighting of all points - i.e. both... Dec24-12 05:55 AM binbagsss 16 925 Introductory Physics Homework Suppose a set of k arbitrary points, x_i, 1<=i<=k, x_i from R^2 are selected from a line. How can it be shown that a... Oct29-12 12:34 PM Vargo 6 1,022 Differential Geometry I am doing a survey of questions grouped into categories. Each question has a weight applied to it. I want to then... Aug1-12 02:41 AM td3201 5 982 General Math I have been reading on Galerkins method of weighted residuals according to which an approximate solution to a... Jun19-12 12:25 AM svishal03 5 1,365 General Math I didn't know where to put this, because it isn't a homework or coursework I have to do but just a thing I'm trying to... Jun5-12 10:21 AM th13 0 456 Advanced Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data http://i.imgur.com/KEnHA.png 2. Relevant equations... Mar29-12 11:31 PM rogo0034 2 643 Calculus & Beyond Homework Hello, I have a real world sports question I need help with: I am looking for an accurate formula to calculate... Jan25-12 09:56 AM Studiot 1 1,249 General Physics We got some results back from a company survey today. The speaker showed us the numbers and told us they had weighted... Nov21-11 08:21 PM gsal 2 1,352 General Math i have an excel file containing 2 graphs , and their x & y coordinates in 4 separate lists i need to calculate the... Nov14-11 01:30 PM LCKurtz 5 1,795 General Math You created a random number generator that works as follows: With probability p it selects a number X from the... Sep15-11 11:53 AM Ray Vickson 2 1,629 Calculus & Beyond Homework Goal The goal is to create a weighted average of global rankings. Does not have to be perfectly accurate (if that was... Jul24-11 09:26 AM pmsrw3 4 1,939 Set Theory, Logic, Probability, Statistics Hello y'all, If I have n data points (xi, yi) each with error bars in both x and y (xi_err, yi_err), should I use... Jul9-11 05:52 PM pmsrw3 6 2,561 Set Theory, Logic, Probability, Statistics I know that the plane through the center of mass whose normal is the eigenvector corresponding to the smallest... Jun7-11 08:59 PM daviddoria 0 1,863 General Math Does anyone have a way to extend a current graph I have drawn with Tiks in a LaTeX document to include weights. The... Apr25-11 12:31 PM Gavin Harper 0 1,210 Math & Science Software 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A spring is fixed at one end to the ceiling, with an... Feb25-11 09:59 AM Beaker87 1 1,504 Introductory Physics Homework I'm trying to decide on a method for calculating a weighted mean for my data. In Bevington's Data Reduction and... Dec2-10 11:33 AM pkennedy 5 3,196 Set Theory, Logic, Probability, Statistics Hi, I have a list of 50 companies and their market capitalizations. (The market cap of a company is the collective... Oct7-10 09:16 AM musicgold 0 978 General Math This is going to seem a somewhat basic question to most people. However, I am trying to build a project where a weight... Sep21-10 06:56 AM maimonides 4 2,178 General Physics Hey guys, this is for an elementary statistics course. When given a problem, I am having trouble determining which is... Sep14-10 05:09 PM mathman 3 1,810 Set Theory, Logic, Probability, Statistics Hello Everyone, this is my first post in your topic, am having a big time problem calculating the weighted average... Jul21-10 03:40 PM rifaiii 0 517 Set Theory, Logic, Probability, Statistics Cant seem to find information on this anywhere... If I want to average two values with errors, say x1 = 10 +/-... Apr7-10 06:33 PM SW VandeCarr 1 1,058 Set Theory, Logic, Probability, Statistics I am having a problem applying the Least Squares method in the case where I have 2 fundamental solutions and therefore... Feb16-10 05:43 AM mcooper 0 1,004 Calculus & Beyond Homework Hi Guys, Can anyone recommend a code, preferably in fortran 90/77, or possibly in C, which provides a weighted... Nov3-09 09:41 AM natski 2 2,621 Programming & Computer Science Hello everybody, My name is Sumet. I am studying in network traffic field. My background in statistic is not so... Oct2-09 08:25 PM sumetp 0 3,494 Set Theory, Logic, Probability, Statistics Hi All, I have a data set consisting of (x,y,z) coordinates. I can calculate the covariance between them just fine.... Apr8-09 10:55 PM preet 2 6,243 Set Theory, Logic, Probability, Statistics Hi everyone. Can you imagine a metre rule attached to a tabletop and weights are attached at the other end? The ruler... Mar9-09 11:33 AM qazxsw11111 0 948 Introductory Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The resistances of 50 resistors are measured and the... Jan10-09 04:33 PM HallsofIvy 4 6,546 Precalculus Mathematics Homework Hi, I am trying to understand what Geometric Progression Weighted Average (GPWA) is in the context of the... Jan3-09 12:44 PM musicgold 4 2,060 General Math 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A compound disk of outside diameter 138 cm is made up of... Dec9-08 06:37 AM cantgetno 5 2,400 Introductory Physics Homework