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what does x|y mean?

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Any chance this is probability related?
It is sometimes read as "x given y"
wt grade r u in?
like the probability of me getting wet (x) given that I am walking in the rain (y) P(x|y) = 1 in this example
i'm trying to understand the concept of proof by induction and the given example states something like this \(\large 5|(n^5-n)\) ... i just want to know what that notation means. and hailey i'm in college :)
I'm not sure, then... my answer doesn't make sense for that example... sorry! I'm interested in the answer though!
i know when you're stating truth sets or solution sets, it is usually stated as x|solution with respect to x and read as x such that solution with respect to x. I'm not sure what this is though
Sounds reasonable,but I'm afraid I'm no help...
Yah it means "such that" Although in the example you gave, that might have been umm the divisor thing. Example: 5|15 --> "5 divides 15" or 15=5*c
o.O ohh sorry i dont no this math xD im in 8th gradee
heh c:
divides
ok thanks :) now that makes sense xD

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