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 Jul11 suggested rejected edit on Likelihood Ratio Test Jun28 comment Expectation of an event @Gortaur: There are only 1001 states. See the linked answer. Looks like I made a mistake in my code; the answer is 2861... Jun28 comment Expectation of an event Anyway, the answer is 2055.23... Looking forward to seeing if anyone can do this analytically. Jun28 comment Expectation of an event @Gortaur: it means that you $j_1$ could equal $j_2$, etc. Jun28 comment Expectation of an event This is easy to solve (exactly) with dynamic programming, but I'm not sure how to do it analytically. Jun28 revised Sufficient statistic for product of $\Gamma(x + a_i)$ deleted 2 characters in body Jun28 revised Sufficient statistic for product of $\Gamma(x + a_i)$ simplified text Jun28 comment Sufficient statistic for product of $\Gamma(x + a_i)$ If this question interests you, please help me tag it. Jun28 asked Sufficient statistic for product of $\Gamma(x + a_i)$ Jun17 awarded Quorum Dec29 revised Convolution of probability densities. Having trouble integrating over vector added 218 characters in body Dec28 accepted Convolution of probability densities. Having trouble integrating over vector Dec28 comment Convolution of probability densities. Having trouble integrating over vector thanks! B is the multinomial beta function, which I think normalizes the distribution correctly. the domain of integration is such that the arguments passed to f are always negative (l - x <= l - l = 0). Dec26 comment How do you get a Percentage of how far the value is from expected Value FYI the mean is a synonym for expected value Dec25 awarded Teacher Dec25 answered Making Change for a Dollar (and other number partitioning problems) Dec25 revised Convolution of probability densities. Having trouble integrating over vector added 301 characters in body; added 36 characters in body Dec25 asked Convolution of probability densities. Having trouble integrating over vector Dec17 accepted What is the $d\sigma/\sigma$ rule? Dec17 comment What is the $d\sigma/\sigma$ rule? Thank you very much for this answer. I guess I am a 'true believer.'