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the actual experiment is a statistical result also having statistical properties itself.
get a clue ya old fart.
ya replied to the wrong question old man, slow down and do some thinking, I know its difficult with the early onset of dementia.
It is not a probability problem, it is a geometry problem.
If you are so in the dark hawfaeces why not just shdafckup and not answer.
A single instance is cited as proof ??
No wonder RWNJ believe anything their gut tells them, they don't know how to think.
He didn't even get this one.
2 + 5 + 1 =8
haw haw haw haw ... aahhh haw haw haw haw.....
Back to grade school for hawfaeces.
cmon, here is a hint
the "normal" equation...
whatever idiot. Look up ensemble
Say this to yourself 20 times per day for 20 days.
" Just because I don't understand doesn't make it wrong"
I would say none. the ruler is still only accurate to 1/64 of an inch.
Unless the measurements were taken over a period of time where the thermal expansion of the ruler was greater than 1/32 of an inch but still centered about the mean length. Then the recorded measurements will have 'transitions' that indicate a finer precision when averaged. But the details would be needed.
The results of the each coin flip are a random variable with zero mean value.
The central limit theorem states any sum of random variables whatever their distribution tends to toward a normal distribution as the number of variables added grows.
The distribution of the sum of many coin flips is a normal one with zero mean.
This implies that the value which will be nearest to each flip in any run of coin flips in the least mean square distance metric is zero.
All hawfeaces had to answer with is zero..
If you had ever taken a statistics class you would know what the ensemble of events is.
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Why don't you find me a question from a reputable source that asks for comparison to an actual test that has a broad array of possibilities without giving the results of an "ACTUAL" test, idiot
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I did, apparently you cannot recognize it with your limited training.
ding ding .... yes one is the correct answer.
well this problem was taken directly from the vocabulary of the board scientist.
How about this one board scientist, can you at least answer this one??
doesn't seem to be able to provide any meaningful answer.
He is bitter for some reason.
Anybody else want to join in and take a swipe at these problems. I do enjoy discussing them with
people who can discuss them.
some idiot is posting under your Id and just rambling on like a psychotic.
Lets hear some of your thoughtful answers to these questions given your scientist mathematical
background.
And I do hope that the alias that has acquired your ID and is posting nothing but insults does not join in.
Did you have anything to say about the question?
Yes do go on about how little you know about statistics.
Clue for U, When a statistics problem states to consider over an ensemble of events the problem is giving you the domain which is to evaluate the expected value over an infinite ensemble of events.
The requested answer is the which answer will be nearest to the results in a least mean square sense over many runs. See it is too difficult for U.
You see engunears answer questions with numbers given. They are incapable of solving math problems in general terms.
guess hawfaeces doesn't understand. Too bad his civul engunearin class didn't require mathematics.
that is only a very very very lame excuse. Your slicing up language is sad first and pathetic second and to be ignored third.
like the last one where you claimed the result depended on the decision to 'race' to the hospital
and then tying the decision to race the train on the outcome of the decision to 'race' to the hospital despite
the race already having been decided.
That one was really funny and desperate.
even civul engunears aught to be able to answer this one.
Unless they are conservative minded, which is a real handicap to thinking.