There is no more common error than to assume that, because prolonged and accurate mathematical calculations have been made, the application of the result to some fact of nature is absolutely certain'. AN INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICS - 27. lappuseautors: A. N. WHITEHEAD - 1911Pilnskats - Par šo grāmatu
| John Maynard Keynes - 1921 - 466 lapas
...analyse, so far as I can, the logical 1 Cf. Whitehead, Introduction to Mathematics, p. 27 : " There U **no more common error than to assume that, because...result to some fact of nature is absolutely certain."** basis of statistical modes of argument. This involves a double task. To mark down those which are invalid... | |
| Graham F. Carey - 1997 - 472 lapas
...Mazes intricate Eccentric, interwoced, yet regular Then most, when most irregular they seem. Milton **There is no more common error than to assume that...because prolonged and accurate mathematical calculations** hace been made, the application of the result to some fact of nature is absolutely certain. AN Whitehead... | |
| C.C. Gaither, Alma E Cavazos-Gaither - 1998 - 484 lapas
...writes with a misty profundity, he is talking nonsense. Introduction to Mathematical Science Chapter 15 **There is no more common error than to assume that,...result to some fact of nature is absolutely certain.** Introduction to Mathematical Science Chapter 3 The essence of applied mathematics is to know what to... | |
| B. (Brendan) Kelly - 1999 - 96 lapas
...Over 50 years ago, the great American philosopher and mathematician, Alfred North Whitehead, observed, **There is no more common error than to assume that,...result to some fact of nature is absolutely certain.** Before we begin to use the processing power of the graphics calculator, we must become aware of some... | |
| Roy M Chiulli - 1999 - 592 lapas
...characteristics of several entities), heteroskedasticity is not likely to be a problem for time-series data. **"There is no more common error than to assume that,...result to some fact of nature is absolutely certain.** " Alfred North Whitehead Linear Programming (LP) 9.1 Introduction The total number of possible actions... | |
| John Maynard Keynes - 2006 - 484 lapas
...be to analyse, so far as I can, the logical 1 Ci. Whitchead, Introduction - Mathematics, p. 27 ; " **There is no more common error than to assume that, because prolonged and accurate** mathematics! calculations have been made, the application of the result to some fact of nature is absolutely... | |
| Brendan Kelly - 2007 - 103 lapas
...Over 50 years ago, the great American philosopher and mathematician, Alfred North Whitehead, observed, **There is no more common error than to assume that,...result to some fact of nature is absolutely certain.** Before we begin to use the processing power of the graphing calculator, we must become aware of some... | |
| John Maynard Keynes - 2007 - 484 lapas
...analyse, so far as I can, the logical 1 Cf . Whitchead, IntrodticKm, to Mathematics, p. 27 : " There b **no more common error than to assume that, because...the application of the result to some fact of nature** ia absolutely certain," < basis of statistical modes of argument. This involves a double task. To mark... | |
| Mark P. Silverman - 2008 - 379 lapas
...calculations. It is good, however, to bear in mind Alfred North Whitehead's wise observation that [239]: **There is no more common error than to assume that,...result to some fact of nature is absolutely certain.** Neither of the preceding two objections need be definitive when one recognizes the intrinsically quantum... | |
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