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Dec
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comment Find area under the curve of a standard normal distribution
Could you possibly provide reference to such a chart?
Dec
1
asked Find area under the curve of a standard normal distribution
Nov
12
revised Finding probabilty using multivariate hypergeometric
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Nov
11
asked Finding probabilty using multivariate hypergeometric
Nov
11
revised Calculate the probability using binomial distribution for a conditional statement
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Nov
11
comment Calculate the probability using binomial distribution for a conditional statement
@Integrator was that irony?
Nov
11
comment Calculate the probability using binomial distribution for a conditional statement
Just wanted to make sure this method made sense since it required a great deal more effort to calculate in comparison to something like $p(x=10)$
Nov
11
asked Calculate the probability using binomial distribution for a conditional statement
Nov
3
awarded  Scholar
Nov
3
accepted How to determine if the subset is closed under scalar multiplication and vector addition
Nov
3
awarded  Student
Nov
3
comment How to determine if the subset is closed under scalar multiplication and vector addition
So it would be closed under vector addition as well?
Nov
3
asked How to determine if the subset is closed under scalar multiplication and vector addition
Nov
2
awarded  Custodian
Oct
23
awarded  Editor
Oct
23
revised Given a joint PDF verify that it is a joint density function
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Oct
23
asked Given a joint PDF verify that it is a joint density function
Aug
8
comment Finding the volume of a solid
They would intersect at the point $ x = (\frac{2}{3})^{1/2}, y = -\frac{1}{3}$
Aug
8
comment Finding the volume of a solid
So I can find it using the shell method, where the limits of integration would simply be from 0 to where the graphs intersect?
Aug
8
comment Finding the volume of a solid
Yes they are both parabolas where one opens up and the other opens down