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verb act on one's own authority, adopt, appoint, be disposed to, be resolute, be so minded, co-opt, commit oneself to a course, cull, decide, deligere, desire, determine, determine upon, discriminate, discriminate beeween, do of one's own accord, draw, elect, eliminate the alternatives, embrace, excerpt, exercise one's choice, exerrise one's discretion, exercise one's option, exercise one's preference, exercise the will, have volition, make a deciiion, make one's choice, make one's selection, mark out for, opt for, pick, pick out, prefer, put to the vote, resolve, select, set apart, settle, side, support, take a decisive step, take one's choice, take up an option, use one's discretion, use one's option, will
Associated concepts: election of remedies, freedom of choice, voluntary choice
See also: adopt, appoint, conclude, cull, decide, delegate, designate, determine, edit, espouse, extract, nominate, prefer, screen, select, vote
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Focusing first on the results presented in column (a), we see that the estimated negative binomial coefficients for the terms which interact the cultural distance variable and the dummy variables that identify the immigrants' skill levels are all negative and significantly different from zero.
Let C(t) and CB(t) denote the generating functions for the Catalan numbers and the central binomial coefficients, that is,
The proof is completed by induction on k + l and the recursive definition of binomial coefficients.
In this section we present some basic notions on words and binomial coefficients of words.
Arithmetic properties of binomial coefficients I: Binomial coefficients modulo prime powers.
Keywords: Hankel determinants, binomial coefficients, almost product form evaluations, differential equations, [gamma]-operators.
A Maple calculation for n = 1000 of the binomial coefficient ration above gives 0.
By writing [mathematical expression not reproducible] using a well-known identity of binomial coefficients and then applying (4), we obtain
Equations (2)-(8) involve binomial coefficients, whose values are large integer numbers for high upper indices, whereas powers of Courant numbers may be very small real numbers.
In this section we provide a formal definition of the two circulant determinant sequences with binomial coefficients and derive the formula for their respective n-th term.
Among the topics are counting and proofs, algorithms with ciphers, binomial coefficients and Pascal's triangle, graph traversals, and probability ad expectation.
It is interesting to note that Gabriel and Neumann explicitly reference a table of logarithms of binomial coefficients which they describe as "indispensable" to their work