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Candy_sock_dolls. Куклы из кологоток ХОББИ и РАЗВЛЕЧЕНИЯ, ХОББИ и РЕМЕСЛА Название: Сandy sock dolls Автор: Yang Chyi Ju Страниц: sixty nine Формат: djvu Размер: 5,7 Mb Качество: Среднее Язык: китайский , английский Брошюра оизготовлении прелестных игрушекиз не нужных вамносков и капроновых колготок . Опять поехала стрелка , а ваш ребенокпотерял один носок? Смело комбинируйте его потерю с куском ваших колготок .Сшитой вами игрушке обрадуется как ваш ребенок , так и соседские .В книге представленымножество моделеймладенцев, детейпостарше, животных и взрослых (бабушка и дедушка) Не смотря нато, что книга накитайском и английском , она снабженаприемамиизготовлениякукол , и пошаговыми инструкциями к каждой модели. Моих знаний английского хватилона то, чтобы по инструкциям сделать отличный подарок подруге!Скан не мой, почищенв Фотошопе и собран вdjvu. К сожалению , не смогла удалить внедренный в страницыкитайский текст , но он делу не мешает . sixty eight 1 2 three four five

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Performed each year’s calculation, and put it into the vector we made. So what does Fig. 9a represent? It represents one possible outcome of a trajectory, if we assume that R has an equal probability of being any of the observed Rt . This particular trajectory is very unlikely, because it would require one particular sequence of Rs. However, our simulation assumes that it is no less likely than any other particular trajectory. As only one realization of a set of randomly selected R, Fig. 9a tells us very little.

4). 2 Finite rate of increase – λ The asymptotic annual growth rate finite rate of increase is the dominant eigenvalue of the projection matrix. Eigenvalues are always referred to with the Greek symbol λ, and provides a solution to eq. 8). 6 With projection matrices, λ1 will always be positive and real. We use eigenanalysis to solve eq. 8 and give us the answers — like magic. Another way to find λ1 is to simply iterate population growth a very large number of times, that is, let t be very large.

Perhaps we should examine the assumptions of our deteministic approach. We started by assuming that the log R could be approximated with the t distribution, one of the most pervasive distributions in statistics and life. Let’s check that assumption. We will compare the log R to the theoretical values for a t distribution. We scale logOR to make the comparison more clear. > qqplot(qt(ppoints(n), df = n - 1), scale(logOR)) > qqline(scale(logOR)) How do we interpret these results? If the distribution of an observed variable is consistent with a particular theoretical distribution, the ordered quantiles of data will be a linear (straight line) function of the theoretical quantiles of the theoretical distribution.

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