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Jun
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comment $X_i\sim \operatorname{Ber}(\theta_i)$ and $Y = \sum X_i$, sum of independent Bernoulli trials with different $\theta_i$. Find $\operatorname{Var}(Y)$
Great, thanks :)
Jun
29
accepted $X_i\sim \operatorname{Ber}(\theta_i)$ and $Y = \sum X_i$, sum of independent Bernoulli trials with different $\theta_i$. Find $\operatorname{Var}(Y)$
Jun
29
asked $X_i\sim \operatorname{Ber}(\theta_i)$ and $Y = \sum X_i$, sum of independent Bernoulli trials with different $\theta_i$. Find $\operatorname{Var}(Y)$
Jun
26
accepted find marginal density of $X$ where $X,Y$ have joint density $f(x,y)=c\cdot \exp (-(2x+3y))$ over the region $x>0$ and $x<y$.
Jun
26
comment find marginal density of $X$ where $X,Y$ have joint density $f(x,y)=c\cdot \exp (-(2x+3y))$ over the region $x>0$ and $x<y$.
Ah yes, thanks a lot! can't believe I missed that!
Jun
26
asked find marginal density of $X$ where $X,Y$ have joint density $f(x,y)=c\cdot \exp (-(2x+3y))$ over the region $x>0$ and $x<y$.
Jun
22
revised Prove $ \exists y \in S, \forall x \in S, p(x,y) \implies \exists y \in S, p(y,y) $
added lots of $'s
Jun
22
suggested suggested edit on Prove $ \exists y \in S, \forall x \in S, p(x,y) \implies \exists y \in S, p(y,y) $
Jun
18
asked Which of the following groups are isomorphic to each other?
Jun
17
awarded  Custodian
Jun
17
comment What is the remainder after dividing $(177 + 10^{15})^{166}$ by $1003 = 17 \cdot 59$
you are right, my apologies!
Jun
17
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is the remainder after dividing $(177 + 10^{15})^{166}$ by $1003 = 17 \cdot 59$
Jun
17
comment What is the remainder after dividing $(177 + 10^{15})^{166}$ by $1003 = 17 \cdot 59$
But then I would still need to raise it the $166$th power to obtain a final answer.
Jun
17
asked What is the remainder after dividing $(177 + 10^{15})^{166}$ by $1003 = 17 \cdot 59$
Jun
16
comment which numbers occur as the order of elements of $(\mathbb Z /35 \mathbb Z)^*$?
@JyrkiLahtonen Ah yes, although I was aware of this assumption I did not take it into account. Thanks for the observation!
Jun
16
asked which numbers occur as the order of elements of $(\mathbb Z /35 \mathbb Z)^*$?
May
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awarded  Nice Question
May
27
answered $\exists \implies \forall$