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comment Strategies for linear systems
I get a solution :/
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comment Understanding two sided t-test
Bruce I really appreciate your explanation, thanks for your time.
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comment Understanding two sided t-test
can you explain why this is a two-sided test by looking at the hypothesis? should I not reject if t < 2.262 ? I am very confused :(
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accepted Frequency of the most frequent word using Zipf's law
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comment Reduction from Hamiltonian cycle to Hamiltonian path
I am confused, is this valid?
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comment Frequency of the most frequent word using Zipf's law
Thanks for your answer, I am a bit confused from your answer. Why is my reasoning incorrect? Why do you sum all the 1/k ? And how can the most frequent word appear 0.0869 times? I think my gap of knowledge goes beyond this. I have a feeling I confuse frequency with occurrence. But I still do not understand where you bring the new summation in
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comment Simplifying a formula with summation
Ok, that is what I was thinking. The average consider it to be a constant, since once I calculate $R_u$ is always calculated. So What I am actually thinking is to subtract $R_u$ to everything in advance
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asked Why $d(x) + d(y) \le n$ when proving Mantel's theorem