American Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics
http://www.sciepub.com/journal/AJAMS
American Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles and review articles in all areas of applied mathematics and statistics. The goal of this journal is to provide a platform for scientists and academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in different areas of applied mathematics and statistics.Science and Education Publishingen2013 Science and Education Publishing Co. Ltd All rights reserved.American Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics
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January 2021
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A Modification of the Formula for the Average Velocity of a Planet
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Ilhan M. Izmirli
2021-01-15Science and Education Publishing2021-01-15191310.12691/ajams-9-1-1
Factor Analysis as a Tool for Survey Analysis
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Noora Shrestha
2021-01-20Science and Education Publishing2021-01-201941110.12691/ajams-9-1-2
On a Sum and Difference of Two Quasi Lindley Distributions: Theory and Applications
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Yasser M. Amer, Dina H. Abdel Hady, Rania M. Shalabi
2021-01-20Science and Education Publishing2021-01-2019122310.12691/ajams-9-1-3
A Brief Elementary Proof for Fermat’s Last Theorem Using Ramanujan-Nagell Equation
http://pubs.sciepub.com/ajams/9/1/4
A, B and C satisfying the equation (where is any integer ). Fermat himself proved the theorem for the index and Euler proved for [1]. In the equation we hypothesize that all r, s and are non-zero integers, and prove the theorem by the method of contradiction. Merly for supporting the proof in the above equation, we include another equation without loss of generality, we assert that both and as non-zero integers; a non-zero integer; and irrational. By trial and error method, we have created transformation equations to the above two equations, into which we have incorporated the Ramanujan-Nagell Equation and on solving the two transformation equations with the aid of Ramanujan--Nagell Equation, we prove the theorem by showing ]]>
P. N. Seetharaman
2021-01-31Science and Education Publishing2021-01-3119242710.12691/ajams-9-1-4
Effects of Random Sampling Methods on Maximum Likelihood Estimates of a Simple Logistic Regression Model
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Oshada Senaweera, Prasanna S. Haddela, Gayan Dharmarathne
2021-01-31Science and Education Publishing2021-01-3119283710.12691/ajams-9-1-5