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Intuitive Interpretation of the Presence of the Combination Formula in Solutions to Problems that are Seemingly Unrelated to Combinations

This post will give an intuitive interpretation of the presence of the combination formula (which equals the binomial coefficient) in math problem solutions and probability distributions that are seemingly unrelated to combinations. For example, the binomial coefficient shows up in the probability mass … Continue reading

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Probability Distributions Reference Table

Table Description I have uploaded a reference table that I created with common probability distributions. Although the same formulas and similar descriptions can be obtained on Wikipedia, I find it useful to have the information contained on one table. The … Continue reading

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