MadSci Search Results for Mark Huber

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1. Science History: Re: How did scientific notation get it's name?, Mark Huber, Assistant Professor, Mathematics and Statistics Sun Feb 27 13:40:45 2005
2. Computer Science: Re: This stuff is crazy--please go through the question, Mark Huber, Associate Professor, Mathematics and Computer Science Mon Sep 21 13:14:40 2009
3. Computer Science: Re: Can humans solve np-complete problems?, Mark Huber, Assistant Professor, Mathematics and Statistics Tue Jul 8 10:22:17 2003
4. Physics: Re: I would like a function for a vortex please., Mark Huber, Assistant Professor, Mathematics and Statistics Mon Jun 16 18:51:49 2003
5. Science History: Re: What Of Alhazens contributions to science were contributions to physics?, Mark Huber, Assistant Professor, Mathematics and Statistics Tue May 20 23:09:22 2003
6. General Biology: Re: what causes random itching when no specific illness or iritation is present, Linda J. Weyandt MD/CRNA, Grad student, Psychology/, North Central University Sun Mar 5 14:06:50 2000
7. Computer Science: Re: Can I have information about the internet?, Mark Huber, Post-doc/Fellow, Statistics, Stanford University Sat May 13 20:32:52 2000
8. Genetics: Re: In a Chi-Square Table, why do the numbers go up as % certainty increases?, Mark Huber, Assistant Professor, Mathematics and Statistics Wed Jun 1 10:34:21 2005
9. Engineering: Re: Do you use trigonometry in engineering, and if so,how, Mark Huber, Post-doc/Fellow, Statistics, Stanford University Tue Jan 22 00:15:59 2002
10. Other: Re: What is the law of maximal specificity, relating to scientific explanation?, Mark Huber, Post-doc/Fellow, Statistics, Stanford University Thu Sep 21 18:03:33 2000
11. Astronomy: Re: who (m) is given credit for naming our planet the Earth?, Mark Huber, Post-doc/Fellow, Statistics, Stanford University Wed Oct 27 13:53:46 1999
12. Physics: Re: What is a qbit when we talk about quantum computers, and how do they work?, Mark Huber, Post-doc/Fellow, Statistics, Stanford University Sun Dec 10 00:47:25 2000
13. Engineering: Re: Why do we need to know the full number of Pi, Mark Huber, Post-doc/Fellow, Statistics, Stanford University Thu Mar 22 19:27:53 2001
14. Zoology: Re: Is it true that spirits and luck do exist?, Mark Huber, Assistant Professor, Mathematics and Statistics Fri Apr 25 15:21:18 2003
15. Physics: Re: why say the probablity is 50%,when someboby don't one thing?, Mark Huber, Assistant Professor, Mathematics and Statistics Wed Mar 14 09:18:49 2007
16. Science History: Re: Size of Earth's orbit, Mark Huber, Assistant Professor, Mathematics and Statistics Mon Mar 15 03:50:06 2004
17. Astronomy: Re: Do the accuracy of astronomical observations increase as a function of time, Mark Huber, Associate Professor, Mathematics and Computer Science Thu Nov 18 12:53:26 2010
18. Science History: Re: Could Fermat's Last Thereom be prooved using older mathematics?, Mark Huber, Post-doc/Fellow, Statistics, Stanford University Wed Jan 26 19:12:31 2000
19. Other: Re: Normalization variables in regression analysis questio.n, Mark Huber, Post-doc/Fellow, Statistics, Stanford University Mon Mar 19 01:50:20 2001
20. Physics: Re: Randomness give a bell-curve. If then something is following the bell-curve, Mark Huber, Post-doc/Fellow, Statistics, Stanford University Mon Jun 11 01:39:36 2001
21. Science History: Re: About when did the sign for '=' appear in history and what was the conseque, Mark Huber, Post-doc/Fellow, Statistics, Stanford University Thu May 17 15:34:25 2001
22. Physics: Re: Why is the cross product defined the way it is (Gyroscope), Mark Huber, Post-doc/Fellow, Statistics, Stanford University Mon Aug 28 02:47:19 2000
23. Science History: Re: Who created the Internet and how?, Mark Huber, Associate Professor, Mathematics and Computer Science Wed Apr 14 10:23:48 2010
24. Science History: Re: What is the origin of binary numbers?, Mark Huber, Post-doc/Fellow, Statistics, Stanford University Sun Feb 10 12:58:47 2002
25. Environment & Ecology: Re: What is the likelihood of getting killed by a deer in the rut season?, Mark Huber, Assistant Professor, Mathematics and Statistics Wed Nov 8 13:59:19 2006


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