ration

  1. O

    Would I use rations, or something else to solve this?

    Greetings, all. I’m not exactly sure how to word this, so hopefully this makes sense. I’m trying to figure out how to set this up, maybe a ration? P&L? Let’s say I’m looking at a REIT, or maybe a fund. However, instead of buying the full amount of the item, I’m looking at a part. To start...
  2. J

    Ration of sin of angles

    In a \Triangle ABC\;, If \tan A:\tan B;\ \tan C = 1: 2:3\;, Then \sin A: \sin B: \sin C, is
  3. K

    Integral and Ration test whow different rsult

    Hi. I have to show divergence/convergence with the integral test and then with the ratio test. The series is 1/sqrt(n) Please can you help to check where I am going wrong. Thank you Kas
  4. J

    volume AND ration - similar shapes

    Hi, I was stuck on a question and was wondering if anyone could help me. A cone is split into two pieces of equal volume. Show that the large cone is about 26% taller than the small cone Hint: begin by finding the volume scale factor for the two cones Thanks
  5. vaironxxrd

    Ration 2 basic problem

    hello Guys got stuck again on another Ratio problem,
  6. Danneedshelp

    likelihood ration test question

    How do I show that a likelihood ratio test depends on data only through the value of a sufficient statistic? I am not sure how to show this, even though it seems obvious. Since L(\omega_{0}) is the maximum of the likelihood function for all values of \theta in \omega_{0} isn't is clear that...
  7. S

    Ration expression word problem please help!

    Jay Flew his airplane 500km against the wind in the same time it took him to fly 600km with the wind. The speed of the wind was 20km/h. What was the average speed of the airplane? I use S as the speed of the airplane I got 500/s-20km per hour = 600/s+20km per hour, but could get no...
  8. K

    With randomized LR ration tests, how to show power increases with sample size.

    The questions states that if randomization is permitted, most-powerful alpha sized likelihood ratio tests based on X1,...,Xn have power non-decreasing in n. I have no idea how to show this. Any help is greatly appreciated.
  9. M

    ration expressions

    x2+x-12 . x2^ - 2x-3 x-3 x2^+5x+4 the 2^ is to the second power
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    Golden ration

    Please explain what the golden ratio is