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Alice and Bob are flipping coins...

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This estimator, why is it good?

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Probability of a maximum being greater than a number. Inequality

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How to normalize this exponentially distributed data?

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Poisson Distribution Approximation

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Short Combinatorics problem.

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Poisson Probability Distribution with big number

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PDF of difference of Beta$(1, n)$ and Beta$(n, 1) =$ Beta(n - 1, 2)

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Probability involving exponentially distributed random variabl

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regression line set of angles

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Exponential Distribution - A question

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When we toss a coin, there are equal chances for both heads and tails to turn up.

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Let U be a uniform random variable on [0,1].

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median and mean of the sample mean of i.i.d. log-normal

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Binomial Distribution Problem - Airline Overbooking

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Probability of Poisson Distributions

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Markov Chain Matrix

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Create a mathematical model based on some heuristics

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Poisson Distribution for $X^2 > 2$?

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Closed form for a 2D random walk probability distribution

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Proof that $(X_n \Rightarrow\mathcal{N}(0,1)) \implies (-X_n \Rightarrow \mathcal{N}(0,1))$, where $"\Rightarrow"$ convergence in distribution

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How do I find if the probability of the sample proportion is greater than something?

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Markov Chains Question - long term proportions

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Correlation coefficient between Sample mean and one of the sample?

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Give the ML estimate of $\pi$.

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Convergence of probability of an event within increasing # of samples

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Aggregate sample size in stats

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Can You Help Me With This Statistics Question on Finding Estimators

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Probability of seeing / proving something

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probability of events after a number of tries