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Created by Intuitor.com, this page provides an example of pseudo random number generators (PRNG) creating spread spectrum broadcasts and signals for encryption and decryption of wireless transmissions. The page visits...
Created by Larry L. Hatfield for Illuminations: Resources for Teaching Mathematics, this lesson allows students to examine probabilities of outcomes. Cast in a game like context, reasoning about probability can be...
Using a parameter it's possible to represent a property of an entire population with a single number instead of millions of individual data points. There are a number of possible parameters to choose from such as the...
Pseudo random number generators (PRNG) start with a seed value and will eventually repeat all the numbers they generate in exactly the same order. Putting in the same seed value will give precisely the same set of...
This lesson is based on several interesting problems. Each problem has a somewhat unexpected answer; in fact, many people have a hard time accepting experimental results for these problems, as the results may seem...

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