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Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Category: Mathematics
From www.igmchicago.org
This panel explores the extent to which economists agree or disagree on major public policy issues. To assess such beliefs we assembled this panel of expert economists. Statistics teaches that a sample of (say) 40 opinions will be adequate to reflect a broader population if the sample is representative of that population. Find more articles like "Poll Results"



Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Category: Mathematics
From www.improbable.com
While driving across the American Midwest, it is common to hear travelers
remark, “This state is as flat as a pancake.” To the authors,
this adage seems to qualitatively capture some characteristic of a topographic
geodetic survey 2. Find more articles like "Improbable Research"

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Friday, October 3, 2014
Category: Mathematics
From www.quickanddirtytips.com
Heads or tails? Do you have a favorite side that you rely on in coin tosses? Does it matter which one you choose? If you toss a coin 4 times and get 4 heads in a row, are the chances good that the 5th toss will come up tails? What’s the math behind all of this? And what does all of this coin flipping have to do with business, baseball, and weather forecasts? Stay tuned because these are exactly the questions we’ll be answering over the next few weeks as we tackle the exciting subject of probability. Find more articles like "The Math Dude : What is Probability? "

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Friday, October 3, 2014
Category: Mathematics
From www.quickanddirtytips.com
At the end of the episode called What Is Probability?, we imagined that a friend challenged you to an extremely simple game of chance. The goal of the game was for you to guess whether each toss of a coin would come up heads or tails. Find more articles like "The Math Dude : What Are Probability Trees? "


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