Recent questions in Probability and combinatorics

Erick Clay
2022-05-22
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Simone Werner
2022-05-22
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$\frac{(2{e}_{1}+1)(2{e}_{2}+1)...(2{e}_{k}+1)+1}{2},$

Where

$n={p}_{1}^{{e}_{1}}{p}_{2}^{{e}_{2}}\dots {p}_{k}^{{e}_{k}}$, pis are prime for all $1\le i\le k$.

Angel Malone
2022-05-21
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zato1kom7
2022-05-21
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copafumpv
2022-05-21
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adocidasiaqxm
2022-05-17
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I assume that in P(A) = m/n, n is 6^11, but I don't know how to calculate the number of ways to get a sum of 14 when rolling 11 dice.

mars6svhym
2022-05-16
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$n!=n(n-1)(n-2)\cdots 1$

But why mathematicians named this thing as factorial?

Oberhangaps5z
2022-05-13
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A blind man (who also cannot feel the paint) reassembles the small cubes into a large one. What is the probability that the outside of this large cube is completely red?

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