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 Apr21 awarded Tumbleweed Mar26 answered What's the best way to measure mathematical ability? Mar17 answered Inverse transform sampling Feb1 comment Deriving an equation @Did: I am correct. I think I just copied the question incorrectly which was incorrect by the original post. "The first equation simplified" was wrong. Feb1 revised Deriving an equation deleted 4 characters in body Feb1 comment Deriving an equation @Did: I have corrected the first part. Feb1 revised Deriving an equation added 41 characters in body Feb1 revised Deriving an equation deleted 10 characters in body Feb1 comment Deriving an equation @Did: I used the identity $\log_{b} (x) - \log_{b}(y) = \log_{b} \frac{x}{y}$. Feb1 comment Deriving an equation @Did: Would you say the second part is correct? Feb1 comment Deriving an equation @Did: So it seems the equation is not true? Feb1 revised Deriving an equation added 2 characters in body Feb1 comment Deriving an equation @Did: I was using the fact that $\sum_{x} p(x,y) = p(y)$. Then $\sum_{x} p(x,y) \log_{2} p(x,y) = p(y) \log_{2} p(y)$. Feb1 comment Deriving an equation @Did: What is wrong about it? Feb1 answered Deriving an equation Jan30 comment Conditional Distributions and Probabilities @Greg: Since we are given the distribution $\epsilon| \eta \sim N(\rho \eta, \sigma^2)$, I don't think we need the extra $\frac{1}{\sigma}$. Jan30 revised Conditional Distributions and Probabilities deleted 35 characters in body Jan30 awarded Editor Jan30 revised Conditional Distributions and Probabilities added 27 characters in body Jan30 answered Conditional Distributions and Probabilities