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revised if I have a Poisson random variable $X$, how do I find the constant 'k' that makes $P(X=k)$ be max?
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revised How to prove the elementary inequality?
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revised How to prove the elementary inequality?
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revised Alternating Sum of Cubes
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revised Asymmetrical Center of Gravity Problems
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revised Find prime numbers $a, b, c$ such that $a^b+c$ is a prime
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revised Integrating a square's perimeter to get its area
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revised Integrating a square's perimeter to get its area
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revised Given a finite collection of disjoint subsets of $I$ must every ultrafilter on $I$ contain exactly one?
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revised Cumulative distribution function of the ratio of the maximum and minimum of two random variables
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revised Given a finite collection of disjoint subsets of $I$ must every ultrafilter on $I$ contain exactly one?
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revised Integrals of powers?
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revised If two different linear combinations of two random variables are Gaussian, can we deduct both of them are Gaussian.
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revised If two different linear combinations of two random variables are Gaussian, can we deduct both of them are Gaussian.
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revised How do I use the $A= Pe^{rt}$ formula in this question?
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revised Length of closed curve
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revised Length of closed curve
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revised Hypergeometric function variance
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revised 6 people are holding a show, one at a time, such that person $x$ has to go after person $y$ and person $z$. How many ways could the show be held?
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revised 6 people are holding a show, one at a time, such that person $x$ has to go after person $y$ and person $z$. How many ways could the show be held?
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