Leolinus

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 May19 revised What is $\int x^re^xdx$?what is r? May19 suggested suggested edit on What is $\int x^re^xdx$? May7 answered Retrieving coefficients of polynomial from dft Apr11 awarded Critic Apr10 accepted Four boxes with black and white pearls and a posteriori probabilities. Apr10 comment Four boxes with black and white pearls and a posteriori probabilities.Is there any way to do it with Bayes and law of total probability? Perhaps the right question is, would it be any shorter than this clear answer? Apr9 revised Four boxes with black and white pearls and a posteriori probabilities.wording of the problem to make it more clear Apr9 revised Four boxes with black and white pearls and a posteriori probabilities.edited tags Apr9 revised Four boxes with black and white pearls and a posteriori probabilities.deleted 7 characters in body Apr9 asked Four boxes with black and white pearls and a posteriori probabilities. Feb2 comment Is this an increasing function?exact duplicate math.stackexchange.com/questions/51645/increasing-function Jan26 accepted In how many ways can people get out of the elevator? Jan26 comment In how many ways can people get out of the elevator?I do agree that the above equation doesn't take the people as individuals but I realized that I could "paint" them but couldn't do it properly. Stirling numbers formula works for unlabeled subsets but "painting" the subsets $n \brace {k}$$\cdot 5!$ gives me the desired 126000. Thanks for the hint! Jan26 asked In how many ways can people get out of the elevator? Jan16 accepted Proof with function composition Jan15 revised Proof with function compositiondeleted 1 characters in body Jan15 asked Proof with function composition Jan14 comment One of balls and urnsStirling numbers? There's something about distinguishable boxes that makes me believe this is possible... Jan14 comment Convergence of the series $\sum\limits_{n=2}^{k}(-1)^{[\sqrt n]}\frac{1}{\ln n}$What about Leibniz Criterion? Jan10 revised Solve a recurrence relation $D_{n} = nD_{n-1} + (n-1)!$replaced position of two words...