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Aug
17
comment Probability of Group Standings vs. Randomized Standings
It probably is relevant, baseball is a zero-sum game and teams in the same division play each other more than they play teams in the other divisions. Overall this will reduce the likelihood of the occurrence.
Aug
17
comment Probability of Group Standings vs. Randomized Standings
Except ... the standings of the teams are not independent.
Aug
3
answered Inverse function for a sort of negative binomial distribution
Aug
1
answered Probability and Combinatorics
Aug
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comment Probability and Combinatorics
Don't link to your question, links get broken; copy the question text in.
Aug
1
comment Class Coin Toss Experiment
More or less but you don't know the coins are fair
Aug
1
comment Class Coin Toss Experiment
Well, it depends if they do or don't have a fair coin that they test.
Aug
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revised Class Coin Toss Experiment
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Aug
1
answered Class Coin Toss Experiment
Jul
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answered Distribution of specific distributions
Jul
15
answered Cardinality of a set of complex numbers
Jul
8
answered How to find Probability of three Systems
Jun
16
answered Can this probability mechanic be used in a simulated gambling scenario?
Jun
9
answered How to Solve Multiple Stopping Problem with a Known Payoff Distribution
Jun
4
answered Probability of missing the true proportion of black vehicles in a population
Jun
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answered If I invert the argument, should I invert the constants in the equation?
May
27
comment Mathematics of contamination
This is a question of physics (and maybe chemistry) not mathematics. The physical process is that the flour will "stick" to the container, because it is there before the salt, it will preferentially "stick" each time.
May
25
reviewed Edit If a set is Hausdorff relative to one topology, can it be compact relative to a strictly finer topology?
May
25
revised If a set is Hausdorff relative to one topology, can it be compact relative to a strictly finer topology?
improved formatting and corrected notation error
May
25
answered Computing irrational numbers