Well, it is kinda strange and unintuitive, but ok. I guess there is some logic in that and I would have to live with it...

But why not just write something like:

I think this would be more clear. Don't you think?]]>

Suppose you wanted to find

Hopefully it is obvious that

so

Similarly, you have observed that

so

What anonimnystefy is referring to in post #6 is that

where if is true and 0 if it is false.

This is also equal to

I hope this helps.

]]>You said a=b=1? Where did 1 come from?

What exactly should I sum and why?

I am now even more confused...]]>

In that case we have two X which satisfy the inequality in parenthesis: 7 and 8.

Now what is the values of

Can you tell me the values for

What is the value of Pr(TRUE)???]]>

Definition also says that it is true for all k>0.

So, if we have k=10:

Which X should I put here to see the truth of this inequality?]]>

Well, I kinda understand its meaning, but I am not sure how to read it or calculate it on a real numbers.

For example, if we have a

Now, how to calculate it for lets say k=10? or for k=100?

What goes for X in the inequality and what is the result of Pr() function?]]>