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I am having some trouble with a particular statement an author made in a book.

Despite being a statistics question, it is at its heart, a calculus question. Perhaps someone here with a better understanding of the subject can help, because I'm not convinced the matter has been settled.

The link is here:

https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=409853

I hope this isn't considered spam - it can be hard to categorize one's question.

All the best,

-clustro

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