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I don't know about you, but I like my bagel as two roughly cut, congruent linked halves. I usually use …...
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Will close out the week (or, start the new month, if you prefer) with a little piece of math humor:...or, if you want something slightly more substantive, check out the Friday pickings at MathTango, including a brand new piece from Dr. Keith Devlin, and latest puzzle from Richard Wiseman....
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And whose theorem is it anyway? Georg Cantor, Felix Bernstein, and Ernst Schröder are each famous for many things. But together they are famous for stating, trying to prove, and proving, a basic theorem about the cardinality of sets. Actually the first person to prove it was none of them. Cantor had stated it in […]...
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The other day, we are told that if we walk anywhere in New York, we will bump into a few millionaires (link). This week, we are told that wherever we go in the US, "Roughly, every third person you pass on the street is going to have debt in collections" (link). The woman who said this has a PhD in Economics from Cornell. Oh please. The claim comes from yet another misinterpretation of a statistica...
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(True Story, but names are changed for no good reason.) Alice, Bob, and Carol are betting on who will be the Republican Nominee in 2016.Alice bets on Jeb Bush. Alice's reasoning is that in the past the Republicans always end up with a moderate who they think can win. NOTE: From Alice's prediction you can tell NOTHING about her politics.Bob bets on Paul Ryan. Bob's reasons  that in the past th...
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It’s the end of the month again! Let us go back to what we have learned this month. We have a few posts this month but I think they are all interesting both for teachers and students. Month in Review – July 2014 3 Rules to Spark Learning: A Must Watch for All Teachers is an […]Math and Multimedia - School math, multimedia, and technology tutorials....
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Statistics has an image problem. To the general public, it's old, out of touch, and boring. It's a problem because …...
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Vax, a game by Ellsworth Campbell and Isaac Bromley, explores how a disease spreads through a network, starting with just …...
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A colleague pointed me to this news article regarding evaluation of new health plans: The Affordable Care Act would fund a new research outfit evocatively named the Innovation Center to discover how to most effectively deliver health care, with $10 billion to spend over a decade. But now that the center has gotten started, many […] The post The health policy innovation center: how best to m...
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Phillip Middleton writes in with two questions: (1) Is html markdown or some other formatting script usable in comments? If so, what are the tags I may use? (2) What are your views on the role of statistics in the evolution of the various folds of convergent science? For example, upon us there is this […] The post Statistics and data science, again appeared first on Statistical Modeling, Cau...
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