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Basel Problem Integral
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I can't use Latex because I'm on mobile and there's no 'backslash' key. Thanks for the advice! I was able to prove that the double...
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Yes, that double integral is related to my integral. If you evaluate the inner dx from 0 to 1 you get my integral. I'm having trouble...
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Summary:: Using an integral and taylor series to prove the Basel Problem The Basel problem is a famous math problem. It asked, 'What...
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Closest point on a plane to a point near the plane
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So if i know that the gradient vector is <-a,-b,1>, and i want that vector to start at (xo,yo,zo) and move towards the plane, I can set...
Nov 17, 2020
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Closest point on a plane to a point near the plane
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Yes. The normal vector will be <-a,-b,1> right? I imagine this unit vector is orthogonal to the plane and should pass through both...
Nov 16, 2020
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General Math
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Suppose there is a 3d plane z=a*x+b*y+c. Suppose there is a point in space near, but not on the plane. (xo, yo, zo). What is the...
Nov 16, 2020
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Geodesics using only 2 variables: 'time' and 'radius from mass'
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*Moving this thread from 'General Math Forum' to 'General Relativity Forum' in order to generate more discussion.* Any object will move...
Oct 21, 2020
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