## The New Encyclopaedia Britannica, Volume 9 |

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Most animals communicate by acoustical, optical, and tactile

transmission. Thus, most mammals have a laryngeal voice (from vocal cords);

many lower vertebrates use simpler forms of respiratory generation of sound

waves; and ...

Most animals communicate by acoustical, optical, and tactile

**means**oftransmission. Thus, most mammals have a laryngeal voice (from vocal cords);

many lower vertebrates use simpler forms of respiratory generation of sound

waves; and ...

Page 617

The variance of X is (1 – p) times the

see 16a), upon integration the

and the variance o” is 62 (see 18). Consequently, the parameters of the normal ...

The variance of X is (1 – p) times the

**mean**(see 15). For the normal distribution (see 16a), upon integration the

**mean**u of the random variable X is 61 (see 17),and the variance o” is 62 (see 18). Consequently, the parameters of the normal ...

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Asymptotically (i.e., as n tends to infinity) 6 tends to be normally distributed with

asymptotic

43) in terms of the reciprocal expectation of the second derivative (with respect to

...

Asymptotically (i.e., as n tends to infinity) 6 tends to be normally distributed with

asymptotic

**mean**6 and asymptotic variance expressed in a simple formula (see43) in terms of the reciprocal expectation of the second derivative (with respect to

...

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