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Topic: Name Of Law That Describes How Lower Numbers Appear More Often In
A Sequence ?

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Gordon Sande

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Re: Name Of Law That Describes How Lower Numbers Appear More Often In A Sequence ?
Posted: Jun 17, 2014 3:48 PM
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On 2014-06-17 18:56:21 +0000, Bob said:

> Hello,
>
> Will blame it on old age now.
>
> What is the name of the "law" I am thinking of that
> describes how lower value numbers appear so often in squences ?
>
> I believe it begins with "B", but just cannot come up with it.
>
> Thanks,
> Bob
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Benford's Law relates to initial digits of large data collections. Not quite
your problem but at least it starts with B!






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