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Hypergeometric distribution symmetry
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One of these days I’d like to read Feller’s probability book slowly. He often says clever things in passing that are easy to miss. Here’s an example from Feller [1] that I overlooked until I saw it cited elsewhere. Suppose an urn contains n marbles, n1 red and n2 black. When r marbles are drawn […] The post Hypergeometric distribution symmetry first appeared on John D. Cook.
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