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The sequence is defined recursively. Write the first five terms.
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i want to know the proof of p(an..........a1) p(an/an-1,
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P(A1) .20 P(B1|A1) .25 P(A2) .40 P(B1|A2) .50 P(A3)
P(A1) = .20 P(B1|A1) = .25 P(A2) = .40 P(B1|A2) = .50 P(A3) = .40 P(B1|A3) = .10 Use Bayes' theorem to determine P(A3|B1)… read more
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For Scott P(A1) .20, P(A2) .40, and P(A2) .40. P(B1|A2)
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P(A1) .20, P(A2) .40, and P(A2) .40. P(B1|A2) .25.
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The sum of the 55 terms in an arithmetic series is 7645 and
The sum of the 55 terms in an arithmetic series is 7645 and the last term is 274. Find the first term in the series… read more
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P(A1) .20, P(A2) .40, P(A3) .40, and P(B1l A1) .25, and
P(A1)=.20, P(A2)= .40, P(A3)=.40, and P(B1l A1)= .25, and P(B1l A2)=.05, and P(B1l A3)=.10. Use Bayes' Theorem to determine P(A3l B1).… read more
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1) Which sequences below are arithmetic and which are geometric a)2,5,8,11 b)2,4,8,16
1) Which sequences below are arithmetic and which are geometric? a)2,5,8,11 b)2,4,8,16 c)8,4,2,1 2)For the sequence 5,7,9,11... a)Find the 20th term. b)Find the sum of the first 20 terms. 3)For the se… read more
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P( A1 ) 35/365 0.09589041 [It rains 35 days out of the
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P(A1) 0.20 P(A2) 0.40 P(A3) 0.40 P(B1|A1) 0.25 P(B1|A2) 0.05 P(B1|A3) 0.10 How
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Given; y A1(T2)exp{iwT1}+A2(T2)exp{-iwT1}+Qcos(P*T1) solve; G(1-y^2)*(dy/dT1)
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Determine if each sequence is an arithmetic sequence if it
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P(A1) .20, P(A2) .40, and P(A2) .40. P(B1|A2) .25.
P(A1) = .20, P(A2) = .40, and P(A2) = .40. P(B1|A2) = .25. P(B1|A2) = .05, and P(B1|A3) = .10. Use Bayes' theorem to determine P(A3 | B1).… read more
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Write the first n terms of the given arithmetic sequence (the
Write the first n terms of the given arithmetic sequence (the value of n is indicated in the question). asubscript5 = 3, d = -4, n = 5… read more
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P(a1) .20 p(a2) .40 and p(a3) .40 P(B1/A1) .25 p(b1/A2) .05,
P(a1)=.20 p(a2)=.40 and p(a3)=.40 P(B1/A1)=.25 p(b1/A2)=.05, and p(b1/a3)=.10. Use Bayes theorem to determine p(a3/b1).… read more
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A G.P, the product of the 2nd and the 4th term is double the
A G.P, the product of the 2nd and the 4th term is double the 5th term, and the sum of the first 4th terms is 80. find the 15th term.… read more
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