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