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## The Binomial Distribution

... CHAPTER The Binomial Distribution 1 1 1 6 10 15 10 20 15 Each number in the triangle is the sum of the number above and to the right of it and the number above and to the left of it For example, the ... number 10 in the ﬁfth row is found by adding the and in the fourth row The number 15 in the sixth row is found by adding the and 10 in the previous row The numbers in each row represent the number ... distribution CHAPTER The Binomial Distribution A binomial distribution is obtained from a probability experiment called a binomial experiment The experiment must satisfy these conditions: Each...
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## The Binomial Model

... indicates the speciﬁc node in the ﬁnal column of nodes 77 The Binomial Model (D) Assume the derivative depends only on the ﬁnal stock price Corresponding to the stock price at each ﬁnal node, there ... drops by the amount of the dividend Unfortunately, this dislocates the entire tree as shown The tree is said to have become bushy Let us recall the original random walk on which the binomial model ... out the stock value for each node in the tree but if the tree is European, we only need the stock values in the last column of nodes (C) Corresponding to each of the ﬁnal nodes at time t = T , there...
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## Tài liệu Develop computer programs for simplifying sums that involve binomial coefficients: The Art of Computer Programming, Volume 1: Fundamental Algorithms pdf

... [50] Develop computer programs for simplifying sums that involve binomial coeﬃcients Exercise 1.2.6.63 in The Art of Computer Programming, Volume 1: Fundamental Algorithms by Donald ... beforehand Let’s give the ﬂoor to Dave Bressoud [Bres93]: The existence of the computer is giving impetus to the discovery of algorithms that generate proofs I can still hear the echoes of the ... lucky that computers had not yet been invented in Jacobi’s time It is possible that they would have prevented the discovery of one of the most beautiful theories in the whole of mathematics: the theory...
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## Aesthetic Analysis of Proofs of the Binomial Theorem pptx

... a bit on the preparation of the beholder A proof which is not understood will not produce the aha! reaction Of the proofs given for the binomial theorem the induction proof and the proof using ... proof of the Pythagorean Theorem) and others by the element of surprise in how their pieces ﬁt together (Euclid’s proof of the Pythagorean Theorem) In this paper I propose to consider several proofs ... of the proofs The induction proof suggests the utility of recurrences It also gives one of the most basic examples of an essential proof technique As such it opens vistas on many parts of mathematics...
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## Báo cáo toán học: " On the Symmetric and Rees Algebras of Some Binomial Ideals" pdf

... terms of each binomial is Denote by xp the g.c.d of the ﬁrst term of fu and the ﬁrst term of fv , by xt the g.c.d of the ﬁrst term of fu and the second term of fv , by xr the g.c.d of the second ... codimension Proof Since the Rees ring R(I) = K[x, T ]/J is of dimension n + 1, then Symmetric and Rees Algebras of Some Binomial Ideals 67 codim(K[x, T ]/J ) = (n + 4) − (n + 1) = In addition, the ... intersection In both cases, the Rees algebra and the Symmetric algebra are isomorphic Proof Assume that one of four monomials xp , xt , xr , xs is a unit Because the role of these four monomials is the...
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## Báo cáo toán học: "When can the sum of (1/p)th of the binomial coeﬃcients have closed form" pot

... integer ≥ The idea of his proof was to compare the actual asymptotic behavior of the given sum, for ﬁxed s and n → ∞, with the asymptotic behavior of a hypothetical closed form, and to show that the ... Recurrences for sums of powers of binomial coeﬃcients, J Comb Theory Ser A 52 (1989), 77–83 [McI] Richard J McIntosh, Recurrences for alternating sums of powers of binomial coeﬃcients, J Comb Theory Ser ... r the argument would work, but without further human input it could not produce a general proof, i.e., a proof for all p, r This is somewhat analogous to the sums of the pth powers of all of the...
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## Báo cáo toán học: " A BINOMIAL COEFFICIENT IDENTITY ASSOCIATED TO A CONJECTURE OF BEUKERS" ppsx

...  A BINOMIAL COEFFICIENT IDENTITY ASSOCIATED TO A CONJECTURE OF BEUKERS Scott Ahlgren, Shalosh B Ekhad, Ken Ono and Doron Zeilberger   Using the WZ method, a binomial coeﬃcient identity ... sum satisﬁes a certain (homog.) third order linear recurrence equation To ﬁnd the recurrence, and its proof, download the Maple package EKHAD and the Maple program zeilWZP from http://www.math.temple.edu/~ ... zeilWZP(k*(n+k)!**2/k!**4/(n-k)!**2,F,G,k,n,N): References [A- O] [B] [Z] S Ahlgren and K Ono, A Gaussian hypergeometric series evaluation and Ap´ry number congruences (in prepae ration) F Beukers, Another congruence for Ap´ry numbers, J...
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## Báo cáo toán học: "The q-Binomial Theorem and two Symmetric q-Identities" doc

... the q-binomial theorem and Theorems 1.2 and 1.3 Our combinatorial proof of the q-binomial theorem is based on Theorem 2.1, and is essentially the same as that of Alladi [2] or Pak [8] Proof of Theorem ... on the right-hand side is equal to q |µ| aodd(µ) µ∈P1 (µ)≤n The proof then follows from the involution σ in the proof of Theorem 2.1 Proof of Theorem 1.2 Replacing q and z by q and −zq, respectively, ... σ has the required properties and Theorem 2.1 is proved Note that the above involution σ on P1 also preserves odd(λ) Combinatorial Proofs of Theorems 1.1, 1.2, and 1.3 In this section, we give...
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## Báo cáo toán học: "A Binomial Coeﬃcient Identity Associated with Beukers’ Conjecture on Ap´ry numbers e" docx

... Ekhad - K Ono - D Zeilberger, A binomial coeﬃcient identity associated to a conjecture of Beukers, The Electronic J Combinatorics (1998), #R10 [3] F Beukers, Another congruence for Ap´ry numbers, ... Recently, Ahlgren and Ono [1] have shown that this conjecture is implied by the following beautiful binomial identity n n k k=1 2 n+k k + 2kHn+k + 2kHn−k − 4kHk = (1) which has been conﬁrmed successfully ... of the Theorem the electronic journal of combinatorics 11 (2004), #N15 References [1] S Ahlgren - K Ono, A Gaussian hypergeometric series evaluation and Ap´ry number e congruences, J Reine Angew...
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## Báo cáo toán học: "Combinatorial proof of a curious q-binomial coeﬃcient identit" ppt

... (3) and (4) are obviously equivalent Recently, an elegant combinatorial proof of (4) was given by Shattuck [12], and a little complicated combinatorial proof of (2) was provided by Chen and Pang ... combinatorial proofs for q = 1, we propose a combinatorial proof of (5) within the framework of partition theory by applying an algorithm due to Zeilberger [3] the electronic journal of combinatorics ... such that bk − ik as−ik (a0 = +∞) and bk − ik becomes a part of λ and ik becomes a positive part of µ The proof of (5) By the inverse of Algorithm Z, the relation (8) holds and therefore (7) may...
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## Báo cáo toán học: "Hybrid Proofs of the q-Binomial Theorem and other identities" ppsx

... version of the theorem, and then use analytic methods (in the form of the Identity Theorem) to prove the full version We also prove three somewhat unusual summation formulae, and use these to ... n=0 the electronic journal of combinatorics 18 (2011), #P60 (4.3) and (4.2) will then follow from the Identity Theorem, by an argument similar to that used in the proof of the q-Binomial Theorem ... partition theory and elliptic modular functions – their proofs – interconnection with various other topics in the theory of numbers and some generalizations thereon, PhD thesis (1970), University of...
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## Báo cáo toán học: "A q-analogue of some binomial coeﬃcient identities of Y. Sun" ppt

... purpose of this paper is to give a q-analogue of (1.6) and (1.7) as follows: ⌊n/2⌋ k=0 ⌊n/4⌋ k=0 m+k k m+k k q2 n−2k m+n m+1 , q( ) = n n − 2k q q q4 n−4k m+1 q( ) = n − 4k q where the q -binomial coeﬃcient ... k < We shall give two proofs of (1.8) and (1.9) One is combinatorial and the other algebraic the electronic journal of combinatorics 18 (2011), #P78 2 Bijective proof of (1.8) Recall that a partition ... sequence of nonnegative integers (λ1 , λ2 , , λr ) in decreasing order λ1 λ2 · · · λr A nonzero λi is called a part of λ The number of parts of λ, denoted by ℓ(λ), is called the length of λ Write...
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## Analysis of crash severity using hierarchical binomial logit model

... best model between hierarchical binomial logit model and binary logit model, respectively Preselection of variables is also prepared in this chapter so that application of hierarchical binomial logit ... use hierarchical binomial logit models to predict crash severity of different crash types at rural intersections, while (Huang et al (2008) found the impacts of risk factors on severity of drivers’ ... level of the hierarchy of crash injury In addition, the features of crashes have higher levels because the same crash may have different effects on the severity of drivers A hierarchy of crash severity...
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## Glycoprotein methods protocols - biotechnology 048-9-001-013.pdf

... different methods are available: solution assays such as colorimetric assays for hexose and sialic acid; membrane-based methods such as slot-blotting and staining with periodic acid-Schiff reagent; ... correct volume of 10 Davies and Carlstedt ice-cold dry propan-1-ol to give a 100 mM solution DFP is unstable in water but can be stored at –20°C in propan-1-ol After dilution, the vial as well as ... putative cell membrane-associated mucin Biochem J 338, 325–333 Desseyn, J.-L., Guyonet-Dupérat, V., Porchet, N., Aubert, J.-P., and Laine, A (1997) Human mucin gene MUC5B, the 10.7-kb large central...
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