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Self-study on probability.

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1 answer
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Calculate the probability of getting a total of 6 in three throws of a die

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Explaining intuitively the notation for derivatives [duplicate]

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3 answers
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Probability of getting at least 1 red or green ball

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When is a normal curve sure to "fit" to a histogram of probabilities? [closed]

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1 answer
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How is algebra and geometry related to calculus?

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4 answers
401 views

How did we derive this general term for the series?

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1 answer
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Ratio vs division

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1 answer
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Trivial question on an algebraic equation

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5 answers
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Not clear on what we mean with numbers with infinite digits

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1 answer
680 views

What is the coefficient in the differential coefficient?

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2 answers
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Why is ($dx)^2$ tiny quantity of $x^2$ and not of $x?$

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1 answer
140 views

Find the odds against drawing zero diamonds

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1 answer
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Is these angles 90 degrees?

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Is this approximation for a factorial a known formula? [duplicate]

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3 answers
765 views

The product rule of probability and intuitive explanation

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315 views

Book on foundational reasoning of standard arithmetics "curriculum"

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Aproximate calculation in decimals

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Can we express "exactly X" with set theory?

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209 views

Refresh summation formulas

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2 answers
63 views

Fundamental confusion on set theory and permutations

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Why we name one side as the perpendicular of an angle but does not actually define it?

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168 views

How does the way we define cos or tan have anything to do with degrees of the angle?

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928 views

Triangular numbers and pascal's trangle

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524 views

How can we use sin/cos for things like simple harmonic motion or any periodic type?

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1 answer
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How do we get negative values in this graph?

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1 answer
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How can we tell that this sum is less than or equal to y?

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Confused in basic hex subtraction

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1 answer
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How is the chart created if we only know that we divide into equal intervals?

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Can I treat latitude/longitude as (x,y) coordinates to find closest point?