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comment How do I begin proving this binomial coefficient identity?
That was the answer at the back of the book. But I don't get what just that statement means. Is that a proof to just "say" that?
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comment Basic independent probability question
Okay, according to the definition there (and Google), so it is times, which means it's $^$. Thanks.
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comment Basic independent probability question
Hmm...the probability the purse won't hold them all is the probability that all three coins come up heads (as you mentioned). But what is that, in math? Okay well it can't be $1/2 + 1/2 + 1/2$ because that probability would be $> 1$. So is it really $1/2 * 1/2 * 1/2$? Isn't there something about adding independent events and multiplying dependent events? Or are these events dependent? Or have I got it hopelessly wrong?
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comment Does one always use augmented matrices to solve systems of linear equations?
Wow, great additions, thanks.
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comment Are these two permutation matrices equivalent?
Thanks. 8 more chars to go
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comment Does one always use augmented matrices to solve systems of linear equations?
Awesome, a confirmation. Thanks again.
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