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Osher Doctorow

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[math-learn] n-dimensional generalization of p(x,y) - Doctorow
Posted: Jan 28, 2001 9:15 AM
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From: Osher Doctorow, Ph.D., Sunday Jan. 21, 2001,

The function p(x,y,z) of my previous contribution should have been [(1 + y -
x) + (1 + y - z)]/2. In general, p(x1, x2, ..., xn) = 1 + y + ... + Sn
where Sn = (x1 + x2 + ... + xn)/n where y < = Sn. For the case Sn = x1 = x,
which has n = 1, this reduces to p(x,y).

Osher Doctorow
Ventura College, West Los Angeles College, etc.

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