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**List of philosophy topics (A-C)**— 110th century philosophy 11th century philosophy 12th century philosophy 13th century philosophy 14th century philosophy 15th century philosophy 16th century philosophy 17th century philosophy 18th century philosophy 19th century philosophy220th… …102

**Empty product**— In mathematics, an empty product, or nullary product, is the result of multiplying no factors. It is equal to the multiplicative identity 1, given that it exists for the multiplication operation in question, just as the empty sum the result of… …103

**Multinomial distribution**— Multinomial parameters: n > 0 number of trials (integer) event probabilities (Σpi = 1) support: pmf …104

**List of fallacies**— For specific popular misconceptions, see List of common misconceptions. A fallacy is incorrect argumentation in logic and rhetoric resulting in a lack of validity, or more generally, a lack of soundness. Contents 1 Formal fallacies 1.1… …105

**Timeline of category theory and related mathematics**— This is a timeline of category theory and related mathematics. By related mathematics is meant first hand * Homological algebra * Homotopical algebra * Topology using categories, especially algebraic topology * Categorical logic * Foundations of… …106

**Adjoint functors**— Adjunction redirects here. For the construction in field theory, see Adjunction (field theory). For the construction in topology, see Adjunction space. In mathematics, adjoint functors are pairs of functors which stand in a particular… …107

**Early Islamic philosophy**— or classical Islamic philosophy is a period of intense philosophical development beginning in the 2nd century AH of the Islamic calendar (early 9th century CE) and lasting until the 6th century AH (late 12th century CE). The period is known as… …108

**Quasi-syllogism**— is a term that is sometimes used to describe what might be otherwise called a categorical syllogism but where one of the premises is singular , and thus not a categorical statement. For example: #All men are mortal #Socrates is a man #Socrates is …109

**Contingency table**— In statistics, a contingency table (also referred to as cross tabulation or cross tab) is a type of table in a matrix format that displays the (multivariate) frequency distribution of the variables. It is often used to record and analyze the… …110

**Entrepreneurial mindset**— An entrepreneurial mindset is described by a conglomerate of meta physical dispositions, also known as entrepreneurial spirit, meant to cause the innovative and energetic practice to identify or create an opportunity and take action aimed at… …