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revised Independence of $n$ random variables
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asked Independence of $n$ random variables
Mar
27
accepted Finitely generaterd torsion-free module over PID
Mar
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answered Finitely generaterd torsion-free module over PID
Mar
24
comment Finitely generaterd torsion-free module over PID
So how to find an $m'\in M$ such that $\{m'\}$ is a basis for $M$?
Mar
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asked Finitely generaterd torsion-free module over PID
Mar
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comment Quotient Modules of finite rank module
Define $f: M \rightarrow M/T$ by $f(m)=2m+T$ if $m\in S$ and $f(m)=m+T$ if $m \in M \backslash S$, then we have $f$ is a homomorphism with $ker(f)=S$, so $M/S$ and $M/T$ are isomorphic.
Mar
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asked Quotient Modules of finite rank module
Mar
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comment Pearson Correlation Coefficient Interpretation
@Sehmus: But the argument is based on graphic, not the mathematical argument?
Mar
18
comment Pearson Correlation Coefficient Interpretation
@ Seyhmus Güngören : WHat is the mathematical ecplaination about this phenomena?
Mar
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comment Pearson Correlation Coefficient Interpretation
SO your argument using taylor(MacLaurin) expansion is not true in general right?
Mar
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comment Pearson Correlation Coefficient Interpretation
I also try $X=(1, 1.1 ,1.2,...,5)$ and $Z=(z_i)$ with $z_i=e^{x_i}$ and we get $\rho(X,Z)=0.89$. How come?
Mar
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comment Pearson Correlation Coefficient Interpretation
Could you give any reference about this material?
Mar
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comment Pearson Correlation Coefficient Interpretation
In other word, correlation betwen X and Y tend to 1 but $y_i=x_i^2$ is not linear? How come?
Mar
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asked Pearson Correlation Coefficient Interpretation
Mar
13
revised Construction of Lebesgue-Stieltjes measure on $\mathbb{R}^d$ $d=1,2$
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asked Construction of Lebesgue-Stieltjes measure on $\mathbb{R}^d$ $d=1,2$
Mar
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revised Lebesgue-Stiletjes measure on $\mathbb{R}^2$
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comment Lebesgue-Stiletjes measure on $\mathbb{R}^2$
I mean $p(\cup (a_i,b_i] \times (c_i,d_i]) = \sum p ((a_i,b_i] \times (c_i,d_i])$
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asked Lebesgue-Stiletjes measure on $\mathbb{R}^2$