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Arnaud Mégret
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14 votes
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Probability of three dice falling in the same quadrant of a box

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A question on uniformly distributed random variables over the interval (0, 1).

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Xor of two binary random variables

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How to divide the fraction $1/1+1$?

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Does $(1+x/n)e^x$ uniformly converge in $\mathbb{R}$?

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How many arrangements of letters in ORIGINATING have ALL of the following properties?

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KL Divergence between the sums of random variables.

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Intuitive explanation of entropy

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Understanding Claude Shannon's Formula for Information and Entropy

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When two normal distributions have same mean and variance, can they be independent?

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sojourn times in finite Markov chain

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Simplex is closed

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Independence of 4 random variables

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Inequality between Expectation and Quantiles

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Event order from independent Poisson processes equal to selecting uniformly at random?

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Minimal possible entropy of 4 pairwise independent unbiased Bernoulli random variables.

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Does (9/2)! have a real answer or not?

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What happens if I repeatedly alternately normalize the rows and columns of a matrix?

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Find the global extrema of $f(x,y)=\sin(xy)$ on $D=[(x,y)| x = [0,\pi], y=[0,1]]$

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Probability of selecting a random dot in range $[0,1]$ is zero

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Weather forecast and probabilities

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Using a combinatorial argument

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Relation between expectation and sample points

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Independence of some derived random variables

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Number of Distinct Colors Found After Drawing N Balls from a Bag of Colored Balls

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How to compute log likelihood for impossible events?

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A trivial solution of of $x^\frac{1}{x-a} = 1$ is $x=1$ and $a\neq1$. What if a = 1?

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property of the joint probability of two discrete random variables

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Probability involved in information theory.

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How to show that the distribution of $Y_{1}, Y_{2}, \ldots, Y_{n-1}$ is uniform on the simplex in $\mathbb{R}^{n-1}$