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David
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116 votes

Apparently sometimes $1/2 < 1/4$?

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How can something be greater than $100\%$?

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Big picture behind how to use KKT conditions for constrained optimization

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Show that $X = Y$ almost surely

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Product of i.i.d r.v. is Martingale?

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Limit $\lim_{x\to+\infty} {e^{2x}−1\over e^x−1}$

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Probability (Bayes' Theorem)

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For which classes of matrix can the matrix exponential be easily computed?

4 votes

Why do some pdfs y axis values greater than 1

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Linear Regression: linear or reciprocal function?

4 votes

Work on transformation of variables

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Conditioned event lower than reunion of conditioned events?

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Probability : At least one boy vs Exactly one boy

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How to proof the intersection of two closed convex cones is a closed convex cone?

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Expected Value of $max(X,3)$

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What does "max" refer to in the definition of a matrix norm?

3 votes

Bound for a Confluent hypergeometric function ${}_1F_1$

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Deducing the original function from Newton's method

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Can one determine the joint distribution of $(X,Y)$ from the probability densities of $X$, $Y$, and $X+Y$?

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Whether the stochastic process has continuous sample paths

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Simple Question: Stopped Martingale Expected Value

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Find $\lim_{n \to \infty} \int_{0}^{1} f\left(\frac{nx}{1+nx}\right)\,dx$

3 votes

Can anyone explain this probability law to me?

3 votes

How do I convert the following Linear Programming Problem into a word problem?

2 votes

Fastest way to show that $\frac{e^x}{e^{2x} + 2e^x + 1}$ is decreasing for functions that are $x \geq 0$

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intuitive explanation of Doleans exponential of Brownian motion

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What converges?

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Is $\sum_{n=1}^{\infty} \frac{n!}{2^n+1}$ convergent?

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Solution for equation using contraction mapping

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advanced expected value?