13 Feb '15 10:292 edits

I was trying to study probability density function by reading:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Probability_density_function

after reading:

"...(2 hour−1)×(1 nanosecond) = 6×10−13...."

(the "10−13" above was written as 10 to the power of -13 and the "hour−1" was written as hour to the power of -1 so to mean "per hour", but this post doesn't seem to allow me to copy and post that here like it should be )

and spending some time confused trying to understand where on earth does the "6" and the "-13" come from, I have concluded that this is almost certainly an error and that should have been:

"...(2 hour−1)×(1 nanosecond) = 2×10−9...."

Can I have confirmation that I am right about that?

But, what I really want to know is, how do I contact wikipedia to make them correct such an error?

-I wouldn't like other readers to be confused by such error like I was as this is frustrating.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Probability_density_function

after reading:

"...(2 hour−1)×(1 nanosecond) = 6×10−13...."

(the "10−13" above was written as 10 to the power of -13 and the "hour−1" was written as hour to the power of -1 so to mean "per hour", but this post doesn't seem to allow me to copy and post that here like it should be )

and spending some time confused trying to understand where on earth does the "6" and the "-13" come from, I have concluded that this is almost certainly an error and that should have been:

"...(2 hour−1)×(1 nanosecond) = 2×10−9...."

Can I have confirmation that I am right about that?

But, what I really want to know is, how do I contact wikipedia to make them correct such an error?

-I wouldn't like other readers to be confused by such error like I was as this is frustrating.