Hello,
Thanks for the reply and sorry for the confusion.
I think a pareto like distribution from 0 to 1 is what I'm going for.
So would I just have it be bounded between 0 and 1?
Thanks!
Hello and thank you for taking the time to read this.
I am making a number generator that generates a number based on a pareto distribution.
The problem is, the distribution essentially goes from 0 to infinity. How would I go about scaling the values so I get a range between 0 and 1...
Hi all. Thank you for taking the time to read this. I am currently studying Grobner Bases and I've been given a problem that I'm struggling to find any resources for. I am interested in find if a certain n for the n queens problem have solutions. Now there are SAT solvers and such which can...
Well what confused me is the inequality. I understood the expression when it has the equal sign, but the problem that was given was |z+i| \leq 3 so I was trying to find a way to change it into simply an equals sign.
Thanks, I see what you mean now. Do you have any advice on approaching a...
Yes that makes sense but how do I show that graphically? I tried changing it to \left.|z| + i = 3 is simply because I thought that would help make graphing it easier? Could I also say it is a circle with the radius of 3-i?
So should I be transforming these z's into their components such that...
Thanks for the reply! I understand what you mean, but would that be the extent of "showing". I guess sometimes I'm just not sure how to properly write these proof type problems.
On a somewhat related note, I'm suppose to graph
\left.|z+i|\leq3 and \left.|z+i|\geq3
I know that normally, if...
Homework Statement
Hello! I'm lost on how to start this, I've got formulas given to me from the text, but I have no idea on how to piece everything together. So I need to use established properties of moduli to show that when \left.\left|z_{3}\right|\neq\left|z_{4}\right|,
then...
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I've been working on this problem and was wondering if someone could check if I've done the rest of this problem correctly!
So after finding the roots, I apply the initial conditions where:
\left.\widehat{u}\left(\omega,0\right) = \widehat{f}\left(\omega\right)
since t = 0, I...
Homework Statement
Hi, So I'm suppose to solve the following problem:
\left.\frac{d^{2}u}{dt^{2}}-4\frac{d^{3}u}{dt dx^{2}}+3\frac{d^{4}u}{dx^{4}}=0
\left.u(x,0) = f(x)
\left.\frac{du}{dt}(x,0) = g(x)
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
First I use fourier transform on...
It definitely does not. So I did a bad job in choosing the appropriate time interval then? My graphs definitely made me think I'd be getting answers for nonmoving x values...
That's because we were to graph 10 plots at various t, I decidedly went t=1..10 and from the graphs the roots looked stationary
Also I had the impression that the problem would've been simpler in terms of all the trig stuff...