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asked Is it appropriate to define $f_j=f(x_j)$?
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comment Which one is correct? $(n/2)$nd or $(n/2)$th?
@MartinSleziak Thanks!This is what I am looking for math.stackexchange.com/questions/55200/k1th-k1st-k-th1-or-k1
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comment Which one is correct? $(n/2)$nd or $(n/2)$th?
1.I am not sure where to ask, but I know I want answer from mathmatician or math students. 2.The people in english.SE says " Because this is localized to mathematics, it might be worthwhile trying it on the math.SE site"
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comment Conditional Probability among multiple envents
Do you have any reference related to the property?
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comment Conditional Probability among multiple envents
How to apply it in the formula above.
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comment Conditional Probability among multiple envents
I know "chain rule", but I do not how to apply it in the problem.
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