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Ascetic devoted to mathematics

MathJax basic tutorial and quick reference


Feb
17
comment How is evolution possible in contemporary humans?
I think that it is possible that the average number of kids per male to be different from the average number of kids per female. Consider this situation: Suppose the world has only one human male and two human females. If a male has exactly one kid from each of the two females, then the average number of kids per male is 2, while the average number of kids per female is 1
Feb
17
comment How is evolution possible in contemporary humans?
+1 For noting that that the average number of kids per male is insignificant