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reviewed No Action Needed All right angles are equal to each other
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comment How to scale a 2D vector and keep direction
You may always comment on your own questions, regardless of reputation.
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comment Why the Householder matrix is orthogonal?
N.B. -- It's "Householder matrix", named after Alston Scott Householder
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reviewed Leave Closed How do you avoid getting rusty at applied math after univeristy
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reviewed Looks OK Integrals of Pullbacks
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reviewed Looks OK Evaluate the double sum $\sum_{m=1}^{\infty}\sum_{n=1}^{m-1}\frac{ 1}{m n\left(m^2-n^2\right)^2}$
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reviewed Looks OK How can I solve $\int \sqrt{x}^\sqrt{x}dx$
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answered Work Problem that deals with Number of Men, Days, Leaving
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reviewed No Action Needed Is it possible to create a completely random integer between 1 and 13 using standard dice in a D&D dice kit?
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comment How can you show Godel's incompleteness theorem using mathematical symbols?
I love that you have this just sitting around, waiting for an application.
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comment Statistics: Why doesn't the probability of an accurate medical test equal the probability of you having disease?
@MuhammadUmer As you have phrased them, Q3 and Q4 are the same. But your four questions are not my four questions. You are focusing on the question "what is the probability the test is accurate." But this question encompasses two possible outcomes: 1.) the test is negative and the person has no disease; 2.) the test is positive and the person has the disease. We have to explore both of these conditions.
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reviewed No Action Needed Find the measure of the central angle with a radius of $13$ inches and the area of a sector measuring $42.25\pi$ square inches.
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comment If I have a diagonal matrix, is it necessarily the product of two other diagonal matrices?
Trivially, $AA^{-1} = I$ for all invertible square matrices $A$.
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comment Statistics: Why doesn't the probability of an accurate medical test equal the probability of you having disease?
@anonymous user suggesting an edit: while replacing "and" with "but" in bullet points #2 and #3 would be more grammatically correct, I deliberately chose to use "and" because of the mathematical connotation it carries when linking intuition to Bayes Theorem. Remember, we have things like "probability of A and Not B", etc. in the statement of the theorem. We don't typically use "but".
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reviewed Reject Statistics: Why doesn't the probability of an accurate medical test equal the probability of you having disease?