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Find the Expectation and Variance of 4 Independent Dice

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Is the linear approximation of the product of two functions the same as the product of the linear approximations of the two functions?

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Probability of picking 4 red balls one by one?

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Estimation of probability of the distribution of a continuous random variable

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Probability to get 5 successes in at most 7 trials

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Estimation of probability of the distribution of a discrete random variable

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How to use linear approximation to estimate $2\ln(1.1)+3$?

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Why does this "gradient field test" not work on the spin field $S / r^2$? (from Strang's Calculus)

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Drawing exactly 2 queens by picking a card, not replacing it, and picking another

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How does the linear independence or dependence of the set of column vectors of a matrix depend on that of the set of row vectors of the same?

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Proof by induction that $2^{n+4}<3^n$ for large n

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Poisson distribution and Probability question

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Find $\lim \limits_{x \to 2} {sin(x)cos(x)e^{cos(x)}\over ln(x)}$

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Confusion on Linear Equation Problem

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If $T: \Bbb R^{3} \to P^{2}$ where $T(a,b) = (a-b)t^2 + (-a+b)$, is $T$ a matrix transformation?

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Algebra Practice Question

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Lagrange multipliers. Extreme point of funtion in cylinder

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Loaded die two roll probability

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How can I estimate the number of ads a snack bar owner needs to use along a road to achieve 99/100 of driver's attention

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Probability of hitting the “bullseye”

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Probability that you picked at least $2$ correct out of $8$, whereby the $8$ are again a sample out of $11$.

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Computation of the likelihood of the following two questions with balls in urns

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Constructive Counting

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Conditional probability hard problem

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Solving task with probability

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Why does the following formula of multiplying and adding 1 always work?

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Tools to show a function is decreasing

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The probability that the drawn card are face card of of same suits.

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Finding the probability to get red balls in a basket of red and blue balls given that blue balls are returned when picked

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Is "choosing" considered as some sort of "chance" in probability?