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Demonstrations 201 - 220 of 415
Probabilistic Interpretation of a Fractional Derivative
The Buffon Noodle Problem
Distribution of Normal Means with Different Sample Sizes
Correlated LÚvy Processes via LÚvy Copulas
Law of Large Numbers: Dice Rolling Example
Exploring Robustness of Mean-Difference Confidence Intervals
Robustness of Student t in the One-Sample Problem
Student's t-Distribution and Its Normal Approximation
The p-Value in One-Sample Tests for the Mean
Monte Carlo Simulation of Markov Prisoner
Law of Large Numbers: Comparing Relative versus Absolute Frequency of Coin Flips
Impact of Sample Size on Approximating the Uniform Distribution
Illustrating the Central Limit Theorem Using the Quantile Plot for Sums of Unit Exponential Random Variables
Maximum Likelihood Estimation of Ordinary and Finite Mixture Distributions
Sampling Distribution of the Mean and Standard Deviation in Various Populations
Sample Size Formula
Impact of Sample Size on Approximating the Triangular Distribution
Simulated Coin Tossing Experiments and the Law of Large Numbers
Impact of Sample Size on Approximating the Normal Distribution
Binomial Probability Distribution
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