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awarded  Curious
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awarded  Inquisitive
May
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answered When do normal distributions not occur?
May
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comment Poisson distribution- finding $\lambda$ with only $x$-values
What have you tried? Why can't you just set these two equations equal to each other and solve for lambda?
May
24
accepted Continuity and Leximin
May
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asked Continuity and Leximin
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22
accepted All tree orders are lattice orders?
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21
comment All tree orders are lattice orders?
@Arthur: Of course! I'll accept if you put as an answer.
May
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comment Introductions to posets on algerbaic structures (Everything I need to know about them)
@Keinstein: Really? Asked here: math.stackexchange.com/questions/804516/…
May
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asked All tree orders are lattice orders?
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comment Introductions to posets on algerbaic structures (Everything I need to know about them)
If a set is tree-ordered by your definition and has an infimum (smallest element) then it will be a meet semilattice. (Using graph theory terminology, this means it has to be a "tree" and not a "forest".) The converse isn't true though.
May
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answered Introductions to posets on algerbaic structures (Everything I need to know about them)
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awarded  Informed
Apr
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answered How to come up with a probability distribution knowing the mean value?
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comment Order-preserving embeddings
@Frank: it might not be true, but if so it's for a different reason (pedro's example didn't have a countable dense subset).
Mar
24
asked Order-preserving embeddings
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accepted Existence of a utility function on the reals
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comment Existence of a utility function on the reals
@Git: Any function $\mathbb R^n\to\mathbb R$. I don't require computability, continuity, etc...
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asked Existence of a utility function on the reals
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accepted What motivates the definition of “Periodic” group action