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comment Understanding Conditional Probability Basics
@calculus I am aware that the probability of B given some observations is going to reduce chances of A happening given B as a condition condition, but the problem is the play of words when stating the formula such as "both happening" and "this happening given that" is what I find confusing.
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comment Splitting a sandwich and not feeling deceived
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comment Riddle: 1 question to know if the number is 1, 2 or 3
So the answer to the riddle is to riddle
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answered Why is there no “remainder” in multiplication
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comment Why is predicate “all” as in all(SET) true if the SET is empty?
I'd rather have a predicate on "all of my children" to have an undefined result since you have no children. And then I would extend set theory to have undefined-ness result in FALSE value because it only makes sense. You have no children, therefore you have no rockstar/scientist/redheaded/smart/awesome children.
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comment How to express inequality between variables?
+1 cool but why square the result? is square root symbol too ugly?