Extractions: Earliest Known Uses of Some of the Words of Mathematics (P) Last revision: Mar. 11, 2003 p-ADIC INTEGER was coined by Kurt Hensel (1861-1941) (Katz, page 824). P-VALUE and prob-value. David (1995) discusses the difficulties in dating P -value, the idea of which goes back to Laplaceat leastbefore opting for a reference from 1960! Subsequently David (1998) chose W. E. Deming's Statistical Adjustment of Data of 1943. When Deming wrote the phrase "value of P " was current. It was used in Karl Pearson's (1900) "On the Criterion that a Given System of Deviations from the Probable in the Case of Correlated System of Variables is such that it can be Reasonably Supposed to have Arisen from Random Sampling" ( Philosophical Magazine , 157-175) and very prominently in R. A. Fisher's Statistical Methods for Research Workers (1925). In recent discussions the use of P -values (or prob-values) is often set against the use of fixed significance levels, especially 5%. It is ironical then that the "value of P " should be such a feature of Fisher's book when that work did so much to popularise the 5% level. [John Aldrich] PAIRWISE.
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Extractions: TACITUS (CORNELIUS -) C 395+S11 TANDASIS (?) TASCIUS TATIEN TAURINUS (M. VALERIUS-) TAURISCUS DISC. DE CRATES TAURISCUS TAURUS (L. CALVENUS-) DE BERYTE TEISIAS RHETEUR? TELAUGES TELECLES TELECLES DE METAPONTE DISC. DE POLEMON TELECLES DE PHOCEE OU DE METAPONTE? TELEPHE DE PERGAME GRAMM. OEUVRES PHILOS TELES DE MEGARE TELESINUS (C. LUCIUS -) SUPPL. V(1931) TERENCE DRAM. LATIN TERENTIUS TERTULLIEN TETRILIUS THALES DE MILET THAUMASIUS THEADOUSA DE SPARTE THEAGENES THEAGENES THEAGENES DE RHEGIUM THEAGES DE CROTONE THEAGES DISC. DE SOCRATE THEANO THEANOR DE CROTONE THEARIDAS DE METAPONTE OU THEORIDES THEAROS DEDIC. DE CHRYSIPPE THEETETE D'ATHENES THEETETE D'HERACLEE THEETETE DE RHEGIUM LEGISLATEUR THEIODAS DE LAODICEE THEMISTA DE LAMPSAQUE FILLE DE ZOILUS RE5 THEMISTIOS DISC. D'ARCESILAS THEMISTIUS THEMISTOCLE A CONSTANTINOPLE THEMISTOCLE cf. FRONTON? THEMISTOCLE THEMISTOCLE D'ATHENES THEOBULE THEOCLES THEODAS DE LAODICEE MEDECIN (THEIODAS) THEODECTE DE PHASELIS RHET. THEODORA ET SA SOEUR THEODORE ABBE THEODORE ANTIEPICURIEN THEODORE CF. RE 100 THEODORE DISC. DE MAXIME D'EPHESE THEODORE EPIT. DE TELES
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Extractions: V XI XXIII INTRODUCTION . - Alexandrine, . - Plan de l'Ouvrage ; monographies ; ordre chronologique, . - Critique des sources : les fragments ; la tradition des doxographes grecs, CHAPITRE I. LES DOXOGRAPHES GRECS . - Abus de l'opposition historique des doctrines, . - Les Placita du Ps.-Plutarque, . - Le premier Livre des Eclogues . - Existence d'un recueil de Placita encore plus ancien. . - Le Ps.-Galien et Hermias, CHAPITRE II. LA CHRONOLOGIE DES PHYSIOLOGUES . - La prise de Sardes par Cyrus, . - Anaximandre et Pythagore, . - Conclusion, CHAPITRE III. CHAPITRE IV. 2. ANAXIMANDRE DE MILET I. Le savant. II. III. IV. Les doctrines sur l'origine du monde. Doxographie d'Anaximandre, . - Fragments, CHAPITRE V. I. II. III. IV. . - Fragments, CHAPITRE VI. I. Le concept du continu. peiron II. III. CHAPITRE VII. I. II. logos, III. IV. V. La conscience du logos. . - Fragments, CHAPITRE VIII. Hippasos, . - Les binaires pythagoriens, CHAPITRE IX. I. II. III. La cosmologie. couronnes IV. . - Fragments, CHAPITRE X. . - Explication nouvelle des arguments contre le mouvement, CHAPITRE XI.
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Extractions: Mr. Meyer's Extra Credit Signup It seems like there are always people who want to do extra credit. I do not like giving out a bunch of problems...that is just busy work. I have decided that extra credit should be in the form of a report or project .These will be done on either a Mathematician , a Math Problem or a Type of Math (see the form below). The report may be either written or oral to your class. A project would be some sort of multimedia presentation to the class using either PowerPoint or Hyperstudio. If written, the report must be at least 3 pages double spaced with 1 inch margins. A 10 or 12 font is prefered and at least 3 sources must be cited in a bibliograpy. If an oral report or project is done it must be at least 5 minutes in length and must convey what you did, where you found things, etc. The reports and projects will count up to 5% of a quarter grade...meaning that if you have 78% and do a really good job, it will raise you to 83%. They may be done one time a Quarter . 5% is a big grade...so they need to be good. Time and planning are essential. Dont try to knock one out overnight, chances are you wont get a lot of points for something like that. You should also be aware that a multimedia presentation or oral report to your class will most likely get you a better percent than a written regurgitation to me. Please provide the following information so that I know who is planning on doing an extra credit piece: First name Last name Class e-mail Choose one of the following options deciding which type of extra credit you will be doing