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The Distributism Debate By Donald Goodman
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Containing many articles on distributism and capitalism as they relate to Catholic social teaching.
Poisson Distribution By Homework Help Classof1
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Many studies are based on counts of the times a particular event occurs in a given area of opportunity. An area of opportunity is a continuous unit or interval of time, volume, or any physical area... More > in which there can be more than one occurrence of an event. Examples of variables that follow the Poisson distribution are the surface defects on a new refrigerator, the number of network failures in a day, the number of people arriving at a bank, and the number of fleas on the body of a dog.< Less
Poisson Distribution By Homework Help Classof1
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Many studies are based on counts of the times a particular event occurs in a given area of opportunity. An area of opportunity is a continuous unit or interval of time, volume, or any physical area... More > in which there can be more than one occurrence of an event.< Less
Distributed Objects By Parag Shukla
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Distributed Objects Compared to the message-passing paradigm, which is data-oriented, the distributed objects paradigm is action-oriented: the focus is on the invocation of the operations, while the... More > data passed takes on a secondary role. Although less intuitive to human-beings, the distributed-object paradigm is more natural to object-oriented software development.< Less
Intent to Distribute By Ian Tyrrel
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The Distribution of Income By Homework Help Classof1
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In 2004 the median household income in the United States was $48,201 half of households earned more income and half earned less. There is substantial variation in household income, with some... More > households earning much more and others earning much less. Income can be measured in different ways, and two income measures are relevant for our discussion.< Less
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Introduction to Exact Sampling Distribution By Vinayak Jadhav
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This distribution was first described by the German statistician Friedrich Robert Helmert in papers of 1875, where he computed the sampling distribution of the sample variance of a normal population.... More > The distribution was independently rediscovered by the English mathematician Karl Pearson in the context of goodness of fit, for which he developed his Pearson's chi-squared test and computed table of values. The name "chi-squared" ultimately derives from Pearson's shorthand for the exponent in a multivariate normal distribution with the Greek letter Chi. The idea of a family of "chi-squared distributions", however, is not due to Pearson but arose as a further development due to Fisher in the 1920 The square of a standard normal variate is known as a chi-square (read as Ki) variate with 1 degree of freedom (d.f.) A chi-squared variable with n degrees of freedom is defined as the sum of the squares of n independent standard normal random variables.< Less
Understanding the Normal Distribution By Christian A. Hume
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Written with persons of all ages and abilities in mind, 'Understanding the Normal Distribution' is your perfect companion for understanding the rudiments of the most widely used distribution in... More > statistics. Concepts are simply explained in a conversational style, and there are lots of questions to practice with answers provided for evaluation purposes. Enjoy!!< Less