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Topic: Help with understanding outliers
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Hadron Quark

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Registered: 3/27/07
Re: Help with understanding outliers
Posted: Jun 23, 2012 8:22 AM
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Tattoo Vampire <sitting@this.computer> writes:

> Onion Knight wrote:
>

>> I am not a math person
>
> You're not a person. You're a sock puppet. =)


He must be. No one would read all that repetitious bullshit from Snit
time and time again. Well, he can join Snit in the lower ranking Gnus
scores... Enough already... Megabytes of bullshit - over and over again.

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