## What letters can be replaced with numbers?

Letters are replaced with numbers or symbols that closely resemble them. For example, the letter “a” might be replaced with the @ symbol and the letter “E” might be replaced with the number 3. The word “leet” can be written as “1337.”

## What is alpha symbol in math?

Scientific Meanings In algebraic solutions in mathematics, the alpha symbol is sometimes used to indicate quantities as angles. In physiochemistry, it is used to represent the coefficient of thermal expansion of a compound.

## What does ψ mean in math?

the result/return value

## What does Phi look like?

Phi ( Φ = 1.618033988749895… ), most often pronounced fi like “fly,” is simply an irrational number like pi ( p = 3.14159265358979… ), but one with many unusual mathematical properties. Unlike pi, which is a transcendental number, phi is the solution to a quadratic equation.

## How do you get phi?

Phi is most often calculated using by taking the square root of 5 plus 1 and divided the sum by 2:

1. √5 + 1.
2. BC = √5.
3. DE = 1.
4. BE = DC = (√5-1)/2+1 = (√5+1)/2 = 1.618 … = Phi.
5. BD = EC = (√5-1)/2 = 0.618… = phi.

## What is Z value in stats?

The Z-value is a test statistic for Z-tests that measures the difference between an observed statistic and its hypothesized population parameter in units of the standard deviation. A mold with a depth of 12 cm has a Z-value of 2, because its depth is two standard deviations greater than the mean.

## What axis does the Z score lie?

The z score is used when we standardize a bell curve. First, we let the mean become zero (centered around the y-axis) and the z scores represent the standard score, similar to the standard deviations to the left and right of the mean.

## What is another term of Z table?

A z-table, also called the standard normal table, is a mathematical table that allows us to know the percentage of values below (to the left) a z-score in a standard normal distribution (SND).