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 121. Index.gif Caracas, Venezuela; 1417 January 2002.http://iwap2002.eventos.usb.ve/

122. Interactive Mathematics Activities
More than 320 Java applets help illustrate topics in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, mathmagic, optical illusions, probability, calculus, combinatorics
http://www.cut-the-knot.com/Curriculum/
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Interactive Mathematics Activities
Memory and Matching
• Memory - Easy
• Memory - Medium
• Memory - Hard
Arithmetic
• 2 Pails Puzzle
• 3 Jugs Puzzle
• 3 Jugs Puzzle in Barycentric Coordinates
• Abacus in Various Number Systems ...
• Two Simple Equations
Algebra
• Binary Color Device
• Breaking Chocolate Bars
• Candy Game: Integer Iterations on a Circle
• Chebyshev polynomials ...
• Heads and Tails counting, invariance
• Identities in the Multiplication Table
• Integer Iterations on a Circle II superposition principle
• Integers and Rectangles
• Integers and Rectangles: a Proof by Induction
• Integers and Rectangles: Two Simple Proofs
• Interest Calculations ...
• Merlin's Magic Squares modular arithmetic, boolean and linear algebra
• Minimax Principle
• Minimax Theorem
• Modular Arithmetic
• Plus or Minus parity, invariance
• PolygonalNumbers
• Proizvolov's Identity
• Pythagorean Triples
• Rectangle on a Chessboard ...
• Squares and Circles parity, invariance
• Squares, Circles, and Triangles
Click here to go to the probability Surveys permanent website, at which papers probability Surveys is a peerreviewed electronic journal which publishes
http://stat-www.berkeley.edu/users/prsurvey/
 Probability Surveys Editor: David Aldous Associate Editors Monthly statistics The Math Survey Editors' Area (restricted) Permanent website Click here to go to the Probability Surveys permanent website, at which papers may be submitted and the first published articles may be viewed. Mission statement Probability Surveys is a peer-reviewed electronic journal which publishes survey articles in theoretical and applied probability. The style of articles may range from reviews of recent research to graduate textbook exposition. Articles may be broad or narrow in scope. The essential requirements are a well specified topic and target audience, together with clear exposition. Monthly statistics on number of papers submitted and promised are available. Background information Probability Surveys is the first component to be implemented of a proposed Probability Digital Library , of which another component is an online Probability Encyclopedia . Here is a four-page description of these broader projects: [pdf] . More background on the Math Survey project and many links to online mathematical publishing can be found here at mathsurvey.org

124. First International Conference On Neutrosophy, Neutrosophic Logic, Neutrosophic
University of New Mexico; 13 December 2001.
http://www.gallup.unm.edu/~smarandache/FirstNeutConf.htm
 Welcome to the page of First International Conference on Neutrosophy, Neutrosophic Logic, Set, Probability and Statistics December 1-3, 2001 University of New Mexico Contributed papers were sent, by November 30, 2001, to the organizer: Math Department, University of New Mexico, 200 College Road, Gallup, NM 87301, USA. Tel.: (505) 863-7647, Fax: (505) 863-7532 (Attn: Neutrosophic Conference). E-mail: smarand@unm.edu http://www.gallup.unm.edu/~smarandache/FirstNeutConf.htm They were published in the Proceedings of the Conference: http://www.gallup.unm.edu/~smarandache/NeutrosophicProceedings.pdf Abstracts of papers were submitted to the following web site, provided by The York University, from Toronto, Canada, at http://at.yorku.ca/cgi-bin/amca/submit/cagu-01 and they can be viewed at http://at.yorku.ca/cgi-bin/amca/cagu-01 Invited Speakers J. Dezert (France), Charles Le (US), I. Stojmenovic (Canada). For more information on neutrosophics see the below links: Introduction. Neutrosophy - a new branch of philosophy. Transdisciplinarity (Multi-Space, Multi-Structure). Neutrosophic Logic - a unifying field in logics. ... Neutrosophic Probability - a generalization of classical and imprecise probabilities - and Neutrosophic Statistics. Other papers: Definitions Derived from Neutrosophics Comments to Neutrosophics, by

125. AN INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY
Basic probability rules Equally likely outcomes Constructing a probability table by listing outcomes. Constructing a probability table by simulation
http://www-math.bgsu.edu/~albert/m115/probability/outline.html
AN INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY
• What is a probability?
• Measuring probabilities by means of a calibration experiment ... PROBABILITY ACTIVITIES Page Author: Jim Albert (c)
albert@bayes.bgsu.edu
Document: http://www-math.bgsu.edu/~albert/m115/probability/outline.html
• 126. A NEW SOLUTION FOR THE PROBABILITY OF COMPLETING SETS IN RANDOM SAMPLING: DEFINI
In finding a new solution to a classic probability problem concerning the collection of items in a set, a new and useful recursive function has been found, the twodimensional factorial.
http://www.jefflindsay.com/2dfactorial.shtml
The "Two-Dimensional Factorial"
and a New Solution for the Probability
of Completing Sets in Random Sampling Jeffrey D. Lindsay (This is a Web adaptation of a paper that I published while I was an Associate Professor at the Institute of Paper Science and Technology in Atlanta, Georgia. Original reference: J.D. Lindsay, "A New Solution for the Probability of Completing Sets in Random Sampling: Definition of the 'Two-Dimensional Factorial'," The Mathematical Scientist
Abstract
In developing an improved solution to a classical sampling problem, a new recursive function is obtained which can be termed a "two-dimensional factorial." The sampling problem deals with the probability of completing a subset of unique items when randomly sampled with replacement from a finite population. The two-dimensional factorial is partially tabulated, and several of its properties are investigated, including limits for large numbers. Use of this function offers significant computational advantages over the previous classical solution to the probability problem considered here. The function is not known to have been discovered in previous work.
Introduction
A classical sampling problem in probability theory deals with the likelihood of collecting a set of items by randomly sampling a population (Feller, 1950, pp. 51-66). A simple example can be found in the collection of sets of promotional items offered inside cereal boxes or other consumable goods. The items are presumably randomly and uniformly distributed, and remain unidentified until the package has been opened. For instance, the makers of one cereal brand offered miniature license plates from all 50 states with one plate per box. If I want to collect all 50, how many boxes should I plan to purchase to be 95% confident that the set will be completed? A less ambitious consumer may simply want to know the probability that at least 10 different plates will be obtained by purchasing 12 boxes. Related questions may be found in sampling problems in scientific studies.

127. IMI. 8th Vilnius Conf.
8th International Vilnius Meeting. Vilnius, Lithuania; 2329 June 2002.
http://www.science.mii.lt/vilconf8/Default.htm
 The 8th International VILNIUS CONFERENCE on PROBABILITY THEORY and MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS June 23-29, 2002 VILNIUS LITHUANIA For three decades the International Vilnius Meetings on Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics have provided an important event for our science. The meeting will follow the well established pattern of Vilnius Conferences with a few plenary talks and sessions on important subfields. The conference will provide a forum for the international exchange of knowledge among scientists and give an impulse for international relations between participants, statistical societies and other official and non-official organizations. Honorary Patron of the Conference - President of the Republic of Lithuania Valdas ADAMKUS The Conference is supported by the government of the Republic of Lithuania. The Conference is being organized under the auspicies of the International Statistical Institute Contents of Information Honorary Organizing Committee Organizing Institutions Programme Committee Organizing Committee ... List of participants Foto exhibition: Room 1. Sessions

128. 1.3.6. Probability Distributions
probability Distributions, probability distributions are a fundamental concept in statistics. Some practical uses of probability distributions are
http://www.itl.nist.gov/div898/handbook/eda/section3/eda36.htm
 Exploratory Data Analysis EDA Techniques Probability Distributions Probability Distributions Probability distributions are a fundamental concept in statistics. They are used both on a theoretical level and a practical level. Some practical uses of probability distributions are: To calculate confidence intervals for parameters and to calculate critical regions for hypothesis tests. For univariate data, it is often useful to determine a reasonable distributional model for the data. Statistical intervals and hypothesis tests are often based on specific distributional assumptions. Before computing an interval or test based on a distributional assumption, we need to verify that the assumption is justified for the given data set. In this case, the distribution does not need to be the best-fitting distribution for the data, but an adequate enough model so that the statistical technique yields valid conclusions. Simulation studies with random numbers generated from using a specific probability distribution are often needed. Table of Contents What is a probability distribution?

129. High School Math Lessons
Joe Mercer's lessons, worksheets and tests. Most are revisions made for condensing material to a summerschool format, independent of a particular textbook. The material covers algebra (1 and 2), geometry, analysis (trig and analytic geometry), AP calculus, statistics, and probability.
http://hometown.aol.com/joemercer/index.htm
All lessons have been transferred to Microsoft Word 4.0 on a Macintosh, can be downloaded, and are readable by both Macs and PC's that have a version of MS Word or Microsoft Word installed.
I retired in June, 1993, from teaching math and computer science at Glenbrook North High School (Northbrook, IL) and am currently living in Albuquerque, NM, where I finally went back to teaching at West Mesa High School. Since retirement I have organized my lessons and hand-outs for easy transfer to other teachers. That's what these pages are all about. Help yourself to anything you find useful! My Credentials
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Select a category by clicking in the left column Category Contents Java Demos Sample Java programs I wrote to demonstrate important concepts in learning mathematics Algebra 1 Areas and Perimeters, Algebraic Notation, The Distributive Property through Areas, FOIL through Areas, Generalizing tho Negative Numbers, Simple Fractions, Algebraic Fractions, Solving Word Problems by Guess-and-Check, Solving Word Problems With Algebra, Understanding Exponents, Radicals Geometry Basic Postulates, Angle Sum in Triangles, Congruence, Similarity, Pythagorean Theorem

 130. Glencoe Mathematics - Online Study Tools What is the probability of a number less than 4 showing when a number cube is rolled? Find the probability of the dart landing in the shaded region.http://www.glencoe.com/sec/math/studytools/cgi-bin/msgQuiz.php4?isbn=1-57039-850

131. Bridge Deals Probability - Simulator For Deals Probability- HCP Analyzer
http://www.absoftwaredesign.com/kkbridgel.html
 AB SOFTWARE DESIGN sito in italiano Programming, Localization, Testing C++, Qt/KDE, Java, JavaScript, CGI Bridge deals probability The probability calculations samples that follow assume that a hand of 13 cards from a 52 card deck has been dealt randomly to each of the four players. One of the players, say South, his own hand being a given, would like to know the probability of some specific cards and/or suit distributions in the hands of the other players, for example in his partner's hand (North). This probability can be obtained either by theoretical probability calculations or by simulation using Blyss Blyss: d eals simulator and statistical analyzer for estimating probabilit y Blyss is based on the C++ language random function and has been specifically designed to estimate probability of a bid situation The output of Blyss and the theoretical probability calculations that follow in this page have been checked for mutual consistency.

132. Probability Calculator
probability Calculator. Table of pvalues and critical values for the most I want a p-value I will give you a value and I want the probability ot the
http://ergo.ucsd.edu/unixstats/probcalc/index.shtml
 Probability Calculator Table of p-values and critical values for the most common statistical distributions. F Z (Standard Gaussian) Binomial chi-square Continuous Uniform Select a Distribution I want a p-value: I will give you a value and I want the probability ot the set of numbers larger than the value I will give you. I want a critical value: I will give you a value and I want a number "c" such that the probability of the set of numbers larger than "c" equals the value I gave you. This program was developed by Javier R. Movellan and it is subject to the GNU General Public License agreement. The program is a Web Browseable front-end to the package developed by Gary Perlman. at UCSD and the Wang Institude of Graduate Studies. Click the envelope to send feedback about this page.

133. PR Probability
probability section of the mathematics eprint arXiv
http://front.math.ucdavis.edu/math.PR
PR Probability
Calendar Search
Authors: All AB CDE FGH ... U-Z
New articles (last 12)
16 Sep math.PR/0509353 Approximation of rough paths of fractional Brownian motion. Annie Millet (PMA), Marta . 28 pages. PR
15 Sep math.PR/0509322 The density of the ISE and local limit laws for embedded trees. Mireille (LaBRI), Svante Janson PR CO
15 Sep math.PR/0509317 Stationary processes whose filtrations are standard. X. Bressaud , A. Maass , S. Martinez , J. San Martin . 9 pages. PR ST
15 Sep math.PR/0509310 Large deviations asymptotics and the spectral theory of multiplicatively regular Markov processes. Ioannis Kontoyiannis Meyn (Univ Ill. Urbana-Champaign). 63 pages. Electronic J. of Probab. , vol. 10, paper 3, pp. 61-123, February 2005. PR SP
15 Sep math.PR/0509308 Didier Dacunha-Castelle , Lisandro . 10 pages. PR ST
15 Sep math.PR/0509295 Second order backward stochastic differential equations and fully non-linear parabolic PDEs. Patrick Cheridito , H. Mete Soner , Nizar Touzi , Nicolas Victoir . 26 pages. PR AP
14 Sep math.PR/0509279

 134. Crooked Timber » » Conditional Probability Watch Conditional probability watch. Posted by Chris Bertram. Eve Garrard at Normblog . The statistics suggest that the chances of a Muslim man being killed byhttp://crookedtimber.org/2005/08/03/conditional-probability-watch/

135. Fields Institute/MITACS/NSF Summer School
Fields Institute/MITACS/NSF summer school. University of Ottawa, Canada; 726 June 2004.
http://www.mathstat.uottawa.ca/conf/fields_sum_04/
Shortcuts
Introduction Course Materials Speakers Registration ... Pictures
Program
The following topics will be presented in the format of tutorials to be held in the first two weeks of the program. Each tutorial will consist of five one and a half hour sessions.
• Probability models (Joe Verducci) Analysis of ranking data for experimental designs (Mayer Alvo and Paul Cabilio) Ranking methods in linear models Simulation-based estimation methods for ranking data (Philip Yu)
Paired comparisons (Ulf Bockenholt)

Tests of independence (Christian Genest)

• For a detailed schedule, see Schedule
Course Materials
Various Course notes:

136. Probability Lessons, Tutorials And Homework Help.
probability lessons, tutorials, homework help and instructions.
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Probability
A variety of resources to support the concept of probability (the deegree of evidence, the likelihood of an event). Resources for early elementary - college level. Alphabetical Recent Up a category 'Layman's' Guide to Probability Theory An in-depth but easily readable guide on probability theory, covering various aspects of theory with a bias to gambling games. An Introduction To Probability An excellent starting place to enhance and extend your understanding of probability. 11 online tutorials. Comprehensive Overview of Probability and Statistics An excellent series of examples for understanding the laws of probability. Probability Activities (Middle/High School) Middle and High School probability activities complete with the solutions.

137. EdHelper.com - Theme Units, Lesson Plans, Worksheets And Teacher Tools!
Print worksheets and puzzles. Includes Basic Math, Decimals, Fractions, Percents, Ratios, Measurement, probability, Statistics, Algebra, First Grade Worksheets, and Number Puzzles.
http://www.mathbuilder.com/
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138. Probability Surveys
probability Surveys publishes survey articles in theoretical and applied probability. probability Surveys is sponsored by the Institute of Mathematical
http://www.i-journals.org/ps/
 Home Current Past volumes About ... PS Home Vol. 2 (2005) open journal systems Probability Surveys publishes survey articles in theoretical and applied probability. The style of articles may range from reviews of recent research to graduate textbook exposition. Articles may be broad or narrow in scope. The essential requirements are a well specified topic and target audience, together with clear exposition. Probability Surveys is sponsored by the Institute of Mathematical Statistics and by the Bernoulli Society articles Abstract PDF Edward C. Waymire Pages: 1-32 A survey of results on random random walks on finite groups Abstract PDF Martin V. Hildebrand Pages: 33-63 Exchangeable pairs and Poisson approximation Abstract PDF Sourav Chatterjee, Persi Diaconis and Elizabeth Meckes Pages: 64-106 Basic properties of strong mixing conditions. A survey and some open questions Abstract PDF Richard C. Bradley Pages: 107-144 Conformal restriction and related questions Abstract PDF Wendelin Werner Pages: 145-190 Exponential functionals of Lévy processes Abstract PDF Jean Bertoin and Marc Yor Pages: 191-212 Controlled diffusion processes Abstract PDF Vivek S. Borkar

139. Risk Coronary Artery Disease
Diagram of the heart and the arteries, discussion about calcification and calculation of the likelihood of CAD.
http://www.chestx-ray.com/Coronary/CorCalc.html
Published June 2000
Revised Septermber 2001
Probability of Coronary Artery Disease
Medicine is a science of uncertainty and an art of probability
Osler
Coronary Artery Calcification
CT detection Atherosclerotic heart disease is the number one cause of death. Methods of detecting coronary artery disease prior to fatal events are needed so that appropriate measures can be taken to reduce risk. Anatomic studies have established that coronary calcification is invariably located near areas of advanced atherosclerotic disease. A direct relation between the extent of coronary calcification and the severity of stenotic lesions or frequency of myocardial infarction is consistently observed in autopsy series. The more extensive the calcification, the more frequent and more severe the degree of stenosis. This relationship is recognized in all age groups and both sexes, but is more marked in younger patients.
CT and in particular, electron-beam CT (EBCT) is the most sensitive radiographic method to detect coronary artery calcification. The value of EBCT can be summarized as follows:

140. JavaStat -- Probability Distribution Functions
This screen computes the probability distribution functions and their inverses for four common statistical distributions.
http://members.aol.com/johnp71/pdfs.html
Probability Distribution Functions
This screen computes the probability distribution functions and their inverses for four common statistical distributions. Note: Before using this page for the first time, make sure you read the JavaStat user interface guidelines for important information about interacting with JavaStat pages.
Normal (Gaussian)
z p Note : p is the area in the two tails of the distribution
Student t
t d.f. p Note : p is the area in the two tails of the distribution
Chi Square
ChiSq d.f. p Note : p is a " one-tailed " area (from ChiSq to infinity)
Fisher F
F d.f.1 (num) d.f.2 (denom) p Note : p is a " one-tailed " area (from F to infinity) Return to the Interactive Statistics page or to the JCP Home Page
Send e-mail to John C. Pezzullo at

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