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Grada Gukovic
  • Member for 2 years, 11 months
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  • Rostov-on-Don, Russland
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$E(x)= |x|-|x+1|+|x+2|-|x+3|+\dots+|x+2016|$. Find the minimum value of $E$.

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Understanding the closure, closed set theorem

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Estimator problems

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Are all strategies that survive IESDS part of Nash equilibria?

2 votes

Notation for selecting elements from two sets in a certain way

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Why does the transformation in the scope of the cumulative distribution function work?

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Mean of conditional mean in discrete case

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Show that $\forall a \exists N(a):\forall n>N(a)\ \ \left(1+\frac{a}{(n-a) (n+1)}\right)^n(1-\frac{a}{n+1})>1$

2 votes

Cumulative distribution function of quotient

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MLE for uniform distribution around $[-\theta,\theta]$

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Confusion over Motivating Example for a $\sigma$ Algebra

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Is this $\epsilon-\delta$ proof correct?

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Is my proof from elementary Set Theory correct?

1 vote

Find all natural numbers n so that $ n^3 +(n+1)^3 >(n+2)^3$

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Terminology regarding random sample

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finding a probability of an exponential distribution

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unbiased estimator for variance

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Proof of Polya-gamma augmentation

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Prove that $(A×B)\setminus(C×C)= ((A\setminus C) ×B) ∪ (A×(B\setminus C)$

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Does $\sum_{i = 1}^{r} \Sigma_{ii}^2 -2\text{tr}(\Sigma C) + \text{tr}(C^{T} C) \geq 0$ hold for positive diagonal $ \Sigma$ and singular $C$?

1 vote

Closure in a topological space

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Three Approaches to a Markov Chain Calculation with Three Different Answers

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Likelihood Ratio Test for the Normal Distribution with unknown mean

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A disc inside a square with a sequence of uniform random vectors

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How does the topology of a space describe the closeness of the open subsets of a given set $X$?

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v, an extension of a premeasure will always be so v(E) <=u(E)

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Values of F and T (distribution tables) in Anova

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Mutually exclusive exponential distributions

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Chi-squared distribution multiplied by constant

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$\lim_{p\to\infty}{\ell^p}$ and how this relates to the maximum metric.