Binomial probability distribution, n =100, p=1/6. Experimental b inomial probability distribution, 100 dice, repeated 250 times, p=1/6. Cosine program. Pythagorean triples. Fermat’s last theorem.
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binomial probability distribution, 100 dice,repeated 250 times, p=1/6
What is the point of discussing Fermat’s theorem
The height of a baby is measured during her first month of life.
When the baby is 1 day old, her height is 20.1 in.
When the baby is 15 days old, her height is 20.6 in.
When the baby is 20 days old, her height is 21.2 in.
When the baby is 29 days old, her height is 21.9 in.
What do I mean by close and closest?