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Former applied math grad student, current automated GUI tester.


Oct
30
awarded  Student
Oct
30
revised Does The Monty Hall Problem Still Apply With Infinite Doors?
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Oct
30
asked Does The Monty Hall Problem Still Apply With Infinite Doors?
May
25
answered Why is the expected value $E(X^2) \neq E(X)^2$?
Apr
19
comment Finding $\mathbb{P}(V>v)$
-1 At least try to get the symbols correct. $E(\lambda)$ and $E(\mu)$ are typically understood to be expected values, not distributions.
Apr
19
awarded  Critic
Apr
1
revised What is the purpose of Stirling's approximation to a factorial?
edited body
Mar
27
comment How to determine the limit of this sequence?
I don't know how you came up with this, but it is a smooth answer!
Mar
13
comment What made you choose your research field?
+1 Some of the most important results in statistics are only around a century old, like the word of Fisher, Haldane and Wright. And numerical analysis has undergone a rebirth in the last 50 years.
Feb
16
comment What are some applications of Mathematics to the medical field?
@MentatOfDune Try searching through scholar.google.com. I thought it was the link to the PDF directly, but maybe not. I know there are freely available reviews on the subject around.
Feb
15
awarded  Editor
Feb
15
revised What are some applications of Mathematics to the medical field?
added 1 characters in body
Feb
15
answered What are some applications of Mathematics to the medical field?
Jan
31
comment prove for all $n\geq 0$ that $3 \mid n^3+6n^2+11n+6$
This question get +1 due to the nice diversity of answers it has produced :)
Jan
11
awarded  Teacher
Jan
11
answered What is the purpose of Stirling's approximation to a factorial?
Dec
29
comment Showing that this is a group under matrix multiplication
Good point showing that A^-1 does exist in the first place for a given A. That's not automatically true.
Dec
5
comment Prove that the equation $x^{10000} + x^{100} - 1 = 0$ has a solution with $0 < x < 1$
IVT is easily one of the most under-appreciated theorems out there.
Dec
5
awarded  Supporter