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accepted Statistics and Probabilities- Distributions
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comment Statistics and Probabilities- Distributions
Sure, anything helps.
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comment Statistics and Probabilities- Distributions
But isn't $Y$ what the requirement is asking for? The number of computers that have to be tested until they find 2 defective?
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comment Statistics and Probabilities- Distributions
I used this method before considering that the distribution is Binomial but then I was told that it's not binomial. I was thinking more of a Geometric distribution
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asked Statistics and Probabilities- Distributions
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comment Graphs of different orders( at different powers)
Haha okay so to be straight, $G^d$ is the complete graph whose set of nodes is $V$ and where verttices $u$ and $v$ are adjacent if and only if $d(u,v)<=d$ in $G$, knowing that every pair is adjacent and the distance is less or equal to the diameter?
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comment Graphs of different orders( at different powers)
A complete graph? $K_n$ ?
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comment Graphs of different orders( at different powers)
Well the definition says the adjacent but maybe for the diameter it's the opposite.. And yeah there isn't anything greater than the diameter, radius is smaller..
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comment Graphs of different orders( at different powers)
The ones which have the distance lower than the diameter?
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comment Graphs of different orders( at different powers)
@Amr, homework or not, what do you say about my comment on the answer? Is this what I'm supposed to find?
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comment Graphs of different orders( at different powers)
I figured out the circular ones, thank you. Regarding the second thing -- Given a graph G=(V,E), $G^d$ is the graph whose set of nodes is V and where vertices u and v are adjacent if and only if $d(u,v)<=d$ in $G$. Is this what $G^d$ is?
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accepted Graphs of different orders( at different powers)
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asked Graphs of different orders( at different powers)
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comment Radius, diameter and center of graph
And not rounded to the nearest integer, what would they be instead of $n/2$ ?
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comment Radius, diameter and center of graph
Well for n to be even or odd, what would it be?For odd/even path graphs,cycle graph, what would the radius and diameter be?
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comment Radius, diameter and center of graph
And for 2k+1 just add one?
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