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 Jan 13 asked Make a translation scheme which removes unnecessary brackets Dec 17 accepted Why does Binomial distribution fits Normal distribution Dec 17 comment Why does Binomial distribution fits Normal distribution "Whenever you want to put a limit theorem to practical use (such as approximation), your first question should be "how fast is the convergence?" Infinity itself is a 'long way away' Roughly speaking, the convergence in the CLT is more rapid for symmetrical random variables XiXi than for skewed ones. " I don't clearly understand this logical chain. Why do we need skewness and only skewness to understand how fast is the convergence? Dec 16 comment Why does Binomial distribution fits Normal distribution @A.S. Why do I need much more than $1$? Dec 16 comment Why does Binomial distribution fits Normal distribution @Tryss but second and third samples should be approximated by Poisson distribution and not normal. Why doesn't CLT work in these cases? Dec 16 comment Why does Binomial distribution fits Normal distribution @Justpassingby But uniform distribution won't. Dec 16 revised Why does Binomial distribution fits Normal distribution Typo Dec 16 comment Why does Binomial distribution fits Normal distribution @ClementC. Oh, a typo. Thanks! Edited my question. Dec 16 asked Why does Binomial distribution fits Normal distribution Dec 15 awarded Caucus May 20 awarded Tumbleweed May 14 accepted Find norm of functional May 13 comment Find norm of functional @UmbertoP. I think no, because if I know how to do it, you will be able to find the answer, so second question depends on first. May 13 asked Find norm of functional May 13 revised Extending a functional with same norm added 1 character in body May 13 comment Extending a functional with same norm @MattN. oh, this is mistake. I edited post. May 13 accepted Find norm of operator May 13 comment Find norm of operator no, how to prove that $A$ is equal to scalar in $L_2$? May 13 comment Find norm of operator But how to prove it? May 13 comment Find a norm of operator form l1 to l1 So, supremum is 2, right?