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Aug
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asked Possible areas of an isosceles triangle
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awarded  Teacher
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comment Intersection point of 2 circles
Sorry, what I meant was, you substitute out whatever's possible using the 2nd equation. So, for example, you could substitute using $x^2+y^2=100$ in the remaining equation, and the $x^2$ and $y^2$ terms disappear.
Aug
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asked Intersection point of 2 circles
Jul
29
revised Probability and independence
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asked Probability and independence
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awarded  Custodian
Jul
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reviewed Approve What are the range and mode of the set {5}?
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revised What are the range and mode of the set {5}?
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asked What are the range and mode of the set {5}?
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awarded  Yearling
Jul
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comment Regression towards the mean v/s the Gambler's fallacy
@GerryMyerson: Interesting. That's how Bayesian reasoning works, doesn't it?
Jul
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comment Regression towards the mean v/s the Gambler's fallacy
"The only regression is that the coin is likely not to give such weird results in the next bunch of tosses."...Ah. Got it!
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asked Regression towards the mean v/s the Gambler's fallacy
Jun
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asked Isn't this definition of an isosceles trapezoid slightly redundant?
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asked Is there a problem with this geometry question?
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accepted How do I find the probability of these independent events
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asked How do I find the probability of these independent events
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asked How do you solve $4x^2=-16x$? I get different answers depending on the method used.
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comment Should the sign be reversed if I square both sides of an inequality?
Similarly, I'd like to know how to square $x<y$ as well.