hypothesis

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    Solution to the Continuum Hypothesis

    I believe that I have solved the Continuum Hypothesis: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Continuum_hypothesis Assume CH is true. Then $|\mathcal{P}(\mathbb{N})| = |\omega_1|$ and we have a way to prove that my $T$ sequence here cannot contain all of the elements of $\omega_1$ using the...
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    Note on the Riemann hypothesis

    It is well known that there is some freedom, at times, to do order of operations in algebra is different orders. We might choose to do a distributive operation before an additive one, for instance. Suppose we we use that freedom not to do the additive absorptive operation of infinity until it...
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    Bayesian hypothesis testing

    Suppose you are flipping a coin. You are considering the following hypothesis: The coin is weigthed so it comes up head 1/4 of the time and tail 3/4 of the time. Assume that the prior probability is 1/3. You now flip the coin ten times and get seven heads. What are the probabilities of...
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    Testing My Hypothesis About a Relationship

    When I say "testing my hypothesis," I am not talking about statistical hypothesis testing. I expect x and y to have a strong positive correlation. I expect the same change in x to affect y more for the middle values of x than for each end, like the shape of y = -x^2. What would show if the...
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    Proof of Riemann Hypothesis

    Sir Michael Atiyah is a huge name in mathematics. He's one of the best mathematicians alive today. He has proven the famous Atiyah-Singer index theorem, and has won a Fields medal. What's more, at 90(!!) years of age, he will present this monday a proof of the Riemann hypothesis, arguably the...
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    Riemann hypothesis

    how to solve Riemann hypothesis
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    Grandfather paradox solution hypothesis

    Solution for the grandfather paradox — What will happen if a person goes back in time and kills his grandfather before the grandfather was married? This question creates a paradox because if the person eliminates his grandfather then he will not exist in the first place to eliminate his...
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    Riemann Hypothesis

    P: ζ(sᵢ)=0 Q: sᵢ=σ+it R: t≠0 S: σ=1/2 A: P≡[Q≡(R≡S)] It is that ζ(1/2)=0 if the Proposition A doesn't hold, but actually, ζ(1/2)≈-1.4603545; therefore RH does hold.
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    Riemann hypothesis

    Hello, I am looking for a good read or video about the Riemann zeta function and its distribution of prime numbers, if anyone knows of any.
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    Hypothesis Testing Help

    I just need help starting this problem. I'm taking the class online and I'm having trouble. In 2015, Netflix subscribers spent an average of 1.5 hours per day streaming content. To determine if there is an increase in viewing, suppose a new survey was conducted of subscribers. Of the 354...
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    Hypothesis Testing Help

    I just need help starting this problem. I'm taking the class online and I'm having trouble. In 2015, Netflix subscribers spent an average of 1.5 hours per day streaming content. To determine if there is an increase in viewing, suppose a new survey was conducted of subscribers. Of the 354...
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    Riemann Hypothesis proven by physicists

    Read this : https://phys.org/news/2017-04-insight-math-million-dollar-problem-riemann.html
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    Homotopy hypothesis

    What are the considerations bearing on the conjecture that infinity-groupoids are spaces? Do you consider it likely or unlikely? What do most mathematicians think?
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    Hypothesis Testing

    Listed below are the ages of the 146 employees who perished in the Triangle Factory in 1911 in Manhattan. One factor contributing to the larger number of deaths is that almost all exits were locked so that employees could be checked for theft when they finished work at the end of the day. That...
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    π(x)

    Sorry, my math and English are poor, but I still want to ask a question about π(x). If we let x/ln(x) be substituted into x, and so that becomes to be [x/ln(x)]/ln[x/ln(x)], then repeat this step over and over again; thus, is it correct that finally equals π(x)? Would someone like to...
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    Riemann Hypothesis does not exist, himself has proved it

    In fact, Riemann himself has proved the problem. Please look at https://arxiv.org/pdf/1508.02932v5.pdf
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    Hypothesis Testing

    Someone show me the 5step solution to this problem.
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    Requesting long answer on GCSE Statistics Coursework please (hypothesis 2)

    For my Statistics Coursework, I was given the topic weight and I had to choose two hypotheses to test. This is the data I am going to use: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_World_War_II_military_aircraft_of_Germany (I have also have the same list for UK) My hypothesis will be...
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    Requesting long answer on GCSE Statistics Coursework please (hypothesis 1)

    For my Statistics Coursework I was given the topic weight and I had to choose two hypothesis to test. This is the data I am going to use: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_World_War_II_military_aircraft_of_Germany ( I have also have the same list for UK) I am going to be...
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    Continuum Hypothesis

    1) Let $q_1, q_2, q_3,$ … be an enumeration of $A = \mathbb{Q} \cap \mathbb{R}(0, 1)$. 2) For any $r \in \mathbb{R}(0, 1)$, let $B_r = \mathbb{Q} \cap \mathbb{R}(-r, 1-r)$. 3) For each $r \in \mathbb{R}(0,1)$, there exists one and only one $k_r \in A$ such that $f:A \rightarrow B_r$ is a...