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I'm an graduate student studying Scientific Computing.


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comment Marginal Mass Functions of Discrete Random Variables
Thanks again, though as you noted, that is all unnecessary. I can just find the marginals in terms of $C$, then sum through to solve for $C$, which is another telescoping series. Just pointing out: I think you need to switch the last two terms in the sum on the second to last line.
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comment Marginal Mass Functions of Discrete Random Variables
Thanks. Forgive my ignorance, but I have no idea what you're doing with the series in the first five steps.
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comment Accurate computation for Linear Regression case
@leonbloy, Thanks for the link, but does that method account for error in both variables? And what will be my variance-covariance matrix in this case?