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 Nov16 accepted How do I plot normal distribution Nov15 awarded Commentator Nov15 comment How do I plot normal distribution never mind, I'm just trying to make sense of some data I have, gonna have to take another approach. Nov15 comment How do I plot normal distribution ah, sorry, I misunderstood the definition of normal distribution. I just wanted to get a plot of a bell curve, but now that I think about it, without any more data there can be infinite number of potential curves.. Nov15 asked How do I plot normal distribution Sep13 comment Merging conditional probability Do you happen to know how this applies to using chain rule? e.g. $P(A \cap B \cap C | D)$? Sep13 comment Merging conditional probability This helped, thanks! Sep13 accepted Merging conditional probability Sep11 comment Merging conditional probability Does this apply to conjunction? e.g. $P(A \cap B | C) = P(A | B \cap C)P(B | C)$? Sep10 comment Merging conditional probability @D.Thomine is it possible for A to be dependent from C but A,B to be independent from C? Sep10 comment Merging conditional probability I can get P(A) and P(B), but the probability values are all dummy placeholders (e.g. $P(A|C_i) = f_i(x_i)$, so there is really no way to see what's P(A,B) from P(A) and P(B) Sep10 asked Merging conditional probability Jan28 awarded Scholar Jan28 accepted Construct relatively prime pairs from set of nonrelatively prime numbers Jan28 awarded Supporter Jan28 awarded Student Jan27 comment Construct relatively prime pairs from set of nonrelatively prime numbers My intuition tells me no, but I can't think of a formal way to generalize the fact to all sets that satisfy the condition. Jan27 comment Construct relatively prime pairs from set of nonrelatively prime numbers Ah, missed that somehow. Thanks! Jan27 revised Construct relatively prime pairs from set of nonrelatively prime numbers edited tags Jan27 comment Construct relatively prime pairs from set of nonrelatively prime numbers Sorry, new user and had no idea what to tag the question with since I didn't find prime or coprime tags.