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Where photography and mathematics intersect with some photography, some math, some math of photography, and an occasional tutorial.

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Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Twenty Random Points Resolved

What is Random?
Random to many means 'chaotic and without structure' but random has pattern, predictability, and order. Flip a coin 100 times. Before you do that, see if you can predict the number of heads. You will probably predict 50 and it may or may not be correct. You should be close, however. How close? That's a matter of statistics and why I say random events are ordered events and are predictable. I would predict on a toss of an unbiased coin, one you haven't shaved or weighted, that it will come up heads 40 to 60 times and if you were to repeat the 100 tosses 1000 times, more than 90% of the tosses would be 40 to 60 heads.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Predicting Out of Control Events

Tuesday, March 02, 2010

BCC Storefront Art Exhibit

The Berkeley Camera Club together with the Berkeley Storefront Art Project presents a selection of work from its members.

On display in the former Ross Department Store at 2190 Shattuck, Berkeley starting March 9, 2010.