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Would it be a correct analogy to say that statistics is the shadow of probability?
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that feel when your grade on the final is over twice the average. better yet, the final was 60% of the grade for the course.

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What do you think about him /sci/? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DUerSdSgG0
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Wanna watch a video? Sure you do! https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=wj9LFdxlv_Q#!
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I've got a rough idea for a social experiment: 1) Get a number people of a certain age group and a comparable level of general education. 2) Isolate from the outside world individually and limit their input. 3) Give every person access to a specific set of movies and books they didn't know before. 4) Allow them to communicate with each other anonymously over a group exclusive imageboard Now, what would happen? How would the educational level of the group change the experiment? How would age/gender change the experiment? What would happen if you repeat the experiment with a new set of persons but mix groups?
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How does /sci/ roll? Been using this combo for years.

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Ok /sci/ help a student out. Can you help me find the vector equation of a straight line that is orthogonal to both u = (1, -2, 3) and v = (5,3,2) that passes through the point A(3, -4, 6)
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A /b/tard ventures over to /sci/ in a desperate search for smartfags. help. pls. The minimum amount of energy needed to eject an electron from a clean aluminium surface is 6.72 x 10^-19 Joules. What is the maximum wavelength of incident light that can be shone on this aluminium surface in order to eject electrons?

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He can think in four dimensions. Discuss.
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3 test are worth 25%, a student missed the first 2 and gets a 96 on the 3rd. Whats his test average?






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