|Apr10-12, 04:44 PM||#1|
Probability density function
I have a probability density function defined by
1 / D x E . eABC/2
D is a single number
E is a determinant of a matrix
. is the dot product between the two sides of the function
e Im pretty sure is meant to be eulers constant
A is a 5x1 vector
B is a 5 x 5 matrix
C is a 5x1 vector
To my understanding eulers constant can only be raised to the power of a single number
My question is that how can the second half of the equation be solved if i require eABC/2 (which is effectivly a 5x1 matrix / 2)?
Can any one help me with this ?
Thanks in advance
|Apr10-12, 05:47 PM||#2|
ABC looks like a scalar to me. BC is a vector, so I presume that the last step is a dot product of A with BC.
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