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1. positively charged particles here were
H
plus.
2. BV/KT: (FS) T-
H
-A-N-K-S
3. So that's examples of
H
-deletion.
4. of the motif is 2w minus
H
of motif,
5.
H
equals 0.
6. And we need to know that because the word "Tiamat" is associated with the word "Tehom," T, E,
H
, O, M.
7. itself is neutral, the
h
-plus and the electron had to add up
8. we’ll probably drop the
H
. On his, on his, monkey on his back. Or, on her, on her, monkey
9. So you could say alright, if
h
is small I can live with that.
10. “I took_(
h
)er some food.”
11. I've been so freaked out it feels like
H
ten years this week
12. and something that looks like integral of
h
of x p of x dx.
13. error given
H
equals 1 is on the horizontal axis.
14. you should be able to go 60 km/
h
however
15. So now that u(x+
h
) - u(x-
h
) is zero,
16. that
H
equals L given Y. We maximize the a posteriori
17. Ann Harrison is William
H
Wister Professor
18. zero and partial
h
over partial y is less than zero.
19. now the step is -
h
, but then when I square that step
20. So g and
h
are in order.
21. by our UV lamp by saying e is equal to
h
c over wavelength.
22. hypothesis
H
equals 0.
23. what is
H
of q?
24. Dot-Com no, it's Vince arrow collective Calm. /
h
25. I would say "N?
h
?o".
26. arts medical office administration run office naveen
h
RF associate arts ashley
27. “It_(
h
)as happened before”.
28. so I guess that we really have an
h
^3 / 3 u'''.
29. And in fact, the
h
terms, the leading error,
30. So if I bring it up here, bring the
h
squared up here,
31. I subtract u(x) - U(x-
h
) and I get two -u(x)'s This is what I
32. u(x+
h
) - u(x), just how much did that step go.
33. I say “Did_(
h
)e call you?”
34. I've removed the
H
on him and it just sounds like took_(
h
)im took_(
h
)im.
35. We have to detect whether or not
H
is 1.
36. 1/2
h
, first order.
37. remember to T-
H
-I-N-K. Remember to think.
38. Instead of saying "That's for him", I say "That's for_(
h
)im".
39. that momentum is equal to
h
divided by lambda.
40. to the playground where I grew up and he'd hire some
h
kids to go shag balls for him
41. Hey Sara, without an
h
.
42. equal to 1 given that
H
is actually 0.
43. So for example, took_(
h
)im, took_(
h
)im.
44. philosophy developed by C.
H
. Douglas, a British engineer, who wrote a book by that name in
45. mister william bradford huey and mister james
h
are cromwell our distinguished
46. So this is the probability that
H
is equal to 0 given Y.
47. looks like the expectation of
h
of x for all
h
.
48. So this thing divided by
h
squared
49. the
H
. Picking up the dead, no mass up on my face.
50. A, b, c, f, e, d, g,
h
-- g,
h
is good.
51. So instead of "We have a lot to do today", I've said "we_(
h
)ave a lot to do today.
52. So minus u_(i+1) minus 2u_i, minus u_(i-1) over
h
squared
53. "That's for_(
h
)im".
54. This delta x squared is the
h
squared.
55. g,
h
changes order.
56. It's P0 times the probability I make an error given that
H
57. Now I want partial
h
over partial x to be zero.
58. But in this model,
H
is either 0 or 1 in the result of this
59. So the ratio, the probability that
H
equals 0 given y over
60. Bill: (
H
-Hey, Georgie.)
61. 2200, partial
h
over partial x equals
62. Collective calm /
h
3 if you go to their website right now you get this classy beautiful watch leather wristband
63. the ODE. And, y1 of x, notice I don't use a separate letter. I don't use g or
h
or something
64. How do you figure u(x+
h
)?
65. b, c, d, e, f,
h
, g-- which are out of order--
66. So you have the g and
h
out of order.
67. So g and
h
are in order.
68. So some examples of
H
deletion.
69. divide this by 2h, that'll make it an
h
squared over six.
70. we will have
H
sub o set up as beta is equal to zero... The population parameter for slope.
71. VEGETA:
H
-how... How is he this strong?
72. KT: how sign T-
H
-A-N-K-S?
73. And
h
with the carrot or the hat here, well, that carrot or
74. is of order
h
.
75.
H
-Huh?
76.
h
or delta x goes to zero in the end to get the derivative.
77. So
H
of q, where q is a distribution or, in this case,
78. The sample values of
H
, you might as well
79. given by half of
h
squared, you see the second order
80. A function g of x is tilde, a function
h
of x
81. I heard", so the vowel sound changes: "ear", "er": "hear", "heard", it's spelt "
h
-e-a-r"
82. They have the g and
h
in order.
83. (u_1-u_0)/
h
-- that's the approximate slope --
84. How was this delta
H
performing historically?
85. That first-order approximation, that error of size
h
86. KT: how sign T-
H
-A-N-K Y-O-U
87. One over
h
squared there,
h
is what?
88. the probability that
H
is 1 equals y is
89. And the answer is the error is of size
h
.
90. Plus
h
^3 upon 6, that's 3*2*1, u triple-prime.
91. moved up--
h
, e.
92. OK? And so delta
h
over delta y is
93. about-- because this is always-- it's either
H
equals
94. The number "three", t-
h
-r-e-e is often pronounced
95. Dr. Alvin
H
. Howell was the brains behind the balloon program?
96. a, b, c, d, g,
h
, e, f goes to-- I'm
97. So that's T divided by
h
squared.
98. the
h
would have been there.
99. And one more aspect of Cockney is the letter "
h
"...
100. decreasing the speed will only fly at around 100km/
h
, we can
101. about
H
. We have to choose
H
equals 0 or
H
equals 1.
102.
h
is correct, yeah.
103. 0 or
H
equal 1, right?
104. And it's Sara without an
h
.
105. And I've put g and
h
out of order.
106. A, b, c, d, e, f,
h
g-- no, no, no, that's where you started,
107.
h
is 1/6.
108. asking you to estimate partial
h
over partial y.
109. g used to be after
h
and e.
110. cohort sequential design with
h
and the time variable and you see here this is online sexual
111. A function g of x is tilde, a function
h
of x
112. So, if it's uniform, we said
H
of q is 2 bits per position.
113. I think it comes out wrong by 1/2
h
there.
114. select
H
equals 0.
115. "I took_(
h
)im for_a ride", "You took_(
h
)im for_a ride", etc.
116. And given
H
equals 1, it's another random walk.
117. should be equal to
h
over mass times volume.
118. So as an example of a column move, a, b, c, d, f,
h
, e,
119. means that the limit as x goes to infinity of g over
h
is 1.
120. the value of
h
doesn't change. Which points on the level curve
121. BV:T-
H
-A-N-K-S.....think...oh! Thank you
122. - S-
H
-E-O...I'm not sure on that. No.
123. going to move b down this time-- a, c, d, b, g,
h
, e, f.
124. There is no sequence of legal moves to invert g and
h
.
125. BV: hey, hey how you sign (fingerspells)T-
H
-A-N-K-S, (FS) T-
H
-A-N-K-S
126. out in your notes what the actual value for
h
c is, but
127.
H
equals 1.
128. maximum over l of probability that
H
equals l given Y.
129. We always set up
H
sub o as no association, no difference, no effect from the treatment,
130. "It_(
h
)as happened before".
131. It says the evening and the morning were the first day. Notice that word "the," t-
h
-e.
132. then given
H
equals 0, it's a random walk.
133. then so once we get here, we're going to finis,
h
and let's turn this project
134. When Aristotle referred to "the logical" (
h
? logik?), he was referring more broadly to
135. probability given
H
equals 1 versus error probability given
136. Now, let's find partial
h
over partial y less than zero.
137. on her back. Check out this video on Dropping the
H
Reductions.
138. So
H
hat is 0 does not mean that
H
itself is 0.
139. And of course, in that experiment, that was
H
plus.
140. KT: T-
H
-A
141. then what he must be left with is
h
-plus, and since hydrogen
142. So as an example of a column move, a, b, c, d, f,
h
, e,
143. This is the equation T times u divided by
h
squared
144. We can talk about the probability that
H
is equal to
145. we do set up
H
sub o assuming there is no association. That kind of language is going
146. It's the probability that Y is in A. That means that
H
hat is
147. So that means we would see "My lovely
h
", no match.
148. Michael: Where the
h
?ell am I? My game isn't loading.
149. But otherwise, probability that
H
equals l is the correct
150. So I always think, T-
H
-I-N-K, T-
H
-I-N-K, remember that.
151. Because this is the probability that
H
is actually
152. just with that
h
hat.
153. Instead of saying "It has happened before", you'll hear me say "it_(
h
)as" or just "it's".
154. We don't know whether
H
equals 0 or
H
equals 1 is what the
155. The probability of error conditional on
H
equals 0 is
156. ‘Ah-
h
!’ she cried out. ‘Ah-
h
! Are you dead?’
157. is-- What's one over
h
squared, just to not forget?
158. vector y given
H
equals 0, I'm finding the probability of n
159. I..."That's a funny one, isn't it? "o-u-g-
h
-t"
160. with an error of order
h
^2.
161. So, the Cockney speaker tends to miss off the "
h
". Okay, so okay that's just a few examples
162. Did he
H
-E-A-L, heal the blind man or P-L-A-Y,
163. I want to do T-
H
-I-N--
164. "My lovely
h
", no match.
165.
H
/
h
, and what's another really common letter t. Sorry but no?
166. A, b, c, f, e, d, g,
h
-- g,
h
is good.
167. I'm back to +
h
^2 u''(x) and so on.
168. and I better remember to divide by
h
squared,
169. Oh and divide by
h
squared.
170. What I want to point out also is that this
h
hat, the
171. “Did_(
h
)e call you?”
172. in most cases, binary random variable,
H
, which is called
173. r ke
h
as in ray not just some cute production designer joke though the
174. "Harry" would be pronounced "Arry", and "have" where you make the "
h
" sound "hu", "ave".
175. KT: (FS) T-
H
-A-N-K-S
176. Now it's before
h
and e.
177. It is for these [reasons] that both utility [chr?simon] and pleasure [
h
?du] seem to
178. But he knew that this plasma takes the
H
two molecule
179. And then also "We_(
h
)ave a lot to do today".
180. this for
H
equals 0, divide by this for
H
equals 1, and then
181. but they do not come into play until you can say that you have evidence for
H
sub a...
182. which is going to multiply the
h
,
183. this is correct to order
h
squared.
184. You divide by the delta x, the
h
,
185. We've got a, b, c, f, d, g, e,
h
.
186. Skarsgård:
H
-Hey, stop that! Stop that!
187. But in this case "it_(
h
)as".
188. Here, we have an OH and an
H
. Here, we have an
H
and an OH.
189. This one is also order
h
.
190. We have the
H
-deletion, which is where the
H
at the beginning of words is removed and
191. So again, we know that energy is equal to
h
c divided by
192. BV/KT: (FS) T-
H
-A-N-K Y-O-U
193. - S-
H
-E-O-L? I'm not sure. I've never seen that word.
194. And now, if we condition this on
H
equals 0, then this
195. “We_(
h
)ave a lot to do today”.
196. have a, b, c, d, g, e, f,
h
.
197. And of course, one over
h
squared
198. maybe an
h
and L try L know
199. This is just
H
of q right here, this term.
200. And I may come back and find out why that
h
squared term is.
201. distribution... or the proportions are equal if that is what you are looking at.
H
sub
202. probability given that
H
equals 1 is the correct
203. the consonant or the sound that the word before the word with
H
ends with carries on over
204. diagonal moves makes this a lot easier-- to invert g and
h
205. Yes, there'd be no reason to say you could say educate this and absolutely does that mean
H
cated? I believe it was a
206. - S what? - S-
H
-E-O-L: sheol.
207. And this would be, since this step is -
h
now,
208. And I may come back and find out why that
h
squared term is.
209. Here we have
H
. Here we have our OH,
H
,
H
.
210. For instance, took_(
h
)er, took_(
h
)er.
211. He said, okay, this is going to be
H
plus.
212. he put forth where we have
h
hat psi being equal to e psi.
213. But in this model,
H
is either 0 or 1 in the result of this
214. key targets is exactly to support about 500 km/
h
. Tell me about the vehicle
215. Now, what about this u(x-
h
)?
216. It's P0 times the probability I make an error given that
H
217. We've got a, b, c, f, d, g, e,
h
.
218. It's a random variable under the hypothesis
H
equals 1.
219. If you can read this for any
h
, then that's
220. Oh and divide by
h
squared.
221. As David
H
. Koch Institute professor at MIT,
222. it would be -
h
^3 / 6 u'''.
223. quantity here is P of Y. So we have probability that
H
equals
224. KT: (FS) T-
H
-A-N-K-Y-O-U
225. And then minus this term, which is
H
of p.
226. Problem 2B is asking you to find the point at which
h
equals
227. too fast so i went 40 km/
h
and I engaged
228. Oh, that's better. All the evil Sarah's spell it with an
h
. Thanks again.
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