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Apr
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comment Is politically incorrect conclusion more likely to be true by Bayesian Logic?
If equal number of people have different beliefs, politically incorrect opinions tend to be true then? Can I make that conclusion? Can someone do bayesian?
Apr
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asked Is politically incorrect conclusion more likely to be true by Bayesian Logic?
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Apr
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asked What properties does dollar cost averaging have?
Apr
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accepted What's the problem this logic
Apr
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comment What's the problem this logic
GIven that we have a very long chain of rules to generate, why not proof it by induction?
Apr
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comment What's the problem this logic
So, MP is not just another premises. It's something more fundamental than it. I thought C is just MP?
Apr
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comment What's the problem this logic
So C is modus ponem rule. D is substitution rule. We're just Hmm.... where is the E, F, G, H, I, ... then? Doesn't look like it's going to get infinite.
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asked What's the problem this logic
Mar
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awarded  Quorum
Mar
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asked How to solve this simple integral
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comment How should I solve this integral?
WOW. I am very impressed. So yea coincidentally that sin x dx will be d (cos x)
Mar
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accepted How should I solve this integral?
Mar
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comment How should I solve this integral?
Hmmm.... I suppose using θ would be easier to integrate. I just want to do it differently.
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revised How should I solve this integral?
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comment How should I solve this integral?
I almost did that but you beat me to it. Basically the balls are series of cylinders. The cylinder with the smallest r (r=0) has the height of 2 R. The largest cylinder has the height of 0.
Mar
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asked How should I solve this integral?