## Vandermone’s SRSWR

This is a beautiful problem form ISI MStat 2017 PSB Problem 3, where we use the basics of bijection principle and vandermone’s idenrity to solve this problem.

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# Author: Srijit Mukherjee

## Vandermone’s SRSWR

## Let’s Permute

## Telescopic Continuity

## Shift the Curves

## Conditions and Chance

## Symmetry, Counting, and Partition

## Memoryless, Cauchy & Geometric

## Central Limit Theorem by Simulation (R Code)

## Data, Determinant and Simplex

## Counting Double Subsets

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