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Stats: Binomial Probabilities Binomial Experiment A binomial experiment is an experiment which satisfies these four conditions A fixed number of trials Each trial is independent of the others There are only two outcomes The probability of each outcome remains constant from trial to trial. These can be summarized as: An experiment with a fixed number of independent trials, each of which can only have two possible outcomes. The fact that each trial is independent actually means that the probabilities remain constant. Examples of binomial experiments List of search engines - Wikipedia Wikimedia list article By content/topic General Best Educational Search Engines For Academic Researchers Conducting academic research is a critical process. You cannot rely solely on the information you get on the web because some of the search results are non-relevant or not related to your topic. To ensure that you only gather genuine facts and credible data for your academic papers, check out only the most trusted and incredibly useful resources for your research. Here's a list of gratuitous and best academic search engines that can help you in your research journey. Google Scholar Google Scholar is a customized search engine specifically designed for students, educators and anyone related to academics.

Tarsia With this software you will easily be able to create, print out, save and exchange customised jigsaws, domino activities and a variety of rectangular card sort activities. The activities created using this software can be presented in printable form, ready to cut out. Formulator Tarsia known earlier as Formulator Jigsaw is an editor designed for Teachers of Mathematics creating the activities in a form of jigsaws or dominos etc for later use in a class. My Best of series You can find all of my “Best” lists in broad categories here. The link to that page can also be found at the top right of my blog: My Best Of Series I also have them all on another page where they are listed in the chronological order in which I originally posted them. You can find that link at the top of my blog by first clicking on About and then scrolling down to Websites of the Year. Two thousand “Best” lists are a lot of best lists! Of course, Control + F on PCs and Command + F on Macs are great ways to search for keywords on those lists when you’re looking for something.

Some Mathematical GIFs Here are some GIFs I have collected over internet that explain mathematical ideas. The following GIF explain what is meant by tangent/parallel lines and asymptotes. The following GIF explains how to construct a regular heptagon using straight edge and compass. The following 2 GIFs explain what an ellipse is and how to draw it. The area of the circle with unit radius is and so is the circumference of the circle with unit diameter.

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AWL Headwords - School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies This list contains the head words of the families in the Academic Word List. The numbers indicate the sublist of the Academic Word List. For example, abandon and its family members are in Sublist 8 of the Academic Word List. Sublist 1 contains the most common words in the AWL. Free Account for Gizmos Math & Science Simulations Measure the time required to write a word when the mouse behaves in a normal fashion and when the direction of motion is reversed from left to right, up to down, or both. Run several experiments in each mode to see if your brain and muscles are able to adapt to the new direction of motion. Determine which type of inversion is easiest to adjust to and whether you can train yourself to function normally when the inversion is present.

any kind of quantifyiable information. eg: population distribution of USA based on economic status. it will show you a graph on the US map. by anustuv Aug 20

I was just replying to another user who posted some examples of how to use this site that I found helpful. by bretgosselin Apr 12

I have not actually had the chance to use it yet but pearled it because I heard it was an excellent search engine. What do you all use it for? by bretgosselin Mar 30

Yes, I agree. Math is the invisible science that surrounds us. I don't know how many times a day my heart beats but in the realm of math there is an answer. by kpjete Jan 14

Thank you all, it has really come in handy. But plugging and chugging is still king when it comes to learning math. Trig more then most it seems. by suntzutao Nov 22

Nick: "Every time we sleep someone in the world doing something great for the Universe "Wolfram is Magic"... When I was studying engineer, if I had this tools things could be more easier, but I appreciate that we can't stop thinking BIG... by multicoaching Nov 17

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