Excellent exposition to the mixed distributions such as the Poisson-Gamma ones and the detailed and clear explanation of the relationships with and within the negative binomial distribution. Good on you, Dan, and thanks for the efforts. – John Xie from Smart Water Research Centre at Griffith University, Queensland, Australia

Can any one solve this problem.
The mean of 5 observation is 10 & its variance is 20. If frist 3 observation are 15, 25 &5. Find the other 2 observations

Hey I am a highschool student doing a math paper on Bayesian theorem and I found your blog post to be very helpful. I want to reference this source so I was wondering what your education background is. Thank you.

Hello, i think this will be easy for you. If a weighted coin has 90% odds of coming up heads, what are the odds of getting at least one head in 10 tosses? Thanks in advance.

Excellent exposition to the mixed distributions such as the Poisson-Gamma ones and the detailed and clear explanation of the relationships with and within the negative binomial distribution. Good on you, Dan, and thanks for the efforts. – John Xie from Smart Water Research Centre at Griffith University, Queensland, Australia

Can any one solve this problem.

The mean of 5 observation is 10 & its variance is 20. If frist 3 observation are 15, 25 &5. Find the other 2 observations

Dear Dan,

Can you give me the literature reference about Rutherford experiment cited on your text? I would like to use in my classes. Can you email me?

Regards,

David

Tried to send you a compliment re your post on e … Couldn’t get it to post. Excellent job.

Hey I am a highschool student doing a math paper on Bayesian theorem and I found your blog post to be very helpful. I want to reference this source so I was wondering what your education background is. Thank you.

Hello, i think this will be easy for you. If a weighted coin has 90% odds of coming up heads, what are the odds of getting at least one head in 10 tosses? Thanks in advance.

Great stuff here! Thanks for doing this.