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1. LaTeX Flipbook with Latex!

I'm trying to make a flipbook in the upper right of my thesis. I have already written it using a certain class (this class) and have tried to add the flipbook package. Latex says it cannot find flipbook.sty (FLIPBOOK) and I think there is some sort of friction with the class I am using. Is...
2. Poisson integral formula to solve other integrals

Thanks for the reply. Using the substitution, I got the correct answer (you base it off of the equality in 1) or something). But I can't figure out how to use integrals to solve integrals!! The second part to the question is to use the PIF to solve 2)...when the integral of 2) is multiplied...
3. Poisson integral formula to solve other integrals

1. Homework Statement Use 1) \frac{1}{2\pi}\int\limits_{-\pi}^{\pi} \frac{r_0^2 - r^2}{r_0^2 - 2rr_0cos(\theta-t) + r^2} dt = 1 to compute the integral: 2) \int\limits_{-\pi}^{\pi} \left[1 - acos(x) \right]^{-1} dx for 0<a<1 [/itex]. 3. The Attempt at a Solution I looked on...
4. Bibtex: formating help

Re: Bibtex: formating help!! I got it. \bibliographystyle{acm} \bibliography{radiodeers} \nocite{*} However, I just get a () with in-text citations \citep{humans} --> ()
5. Bibtex: formating help

Bibtex: formating help!! In my references, I want: Emanuel, Kerry A. The dependence of hurricane intensity on climate. Nature, 326:483–485, 1987. <GOOD! Emanuel, K. A. The dependence of hurricane intensity on climate. Nature, 326:483–485, 1987. <OR THIS, I WANT! Basically, I just want...
6. Electron tunneling

1. Homework Statement I don't understand how a battery will affect the electron's wavefunction. 2. Homework Equations The image I've attached is something like my problem. 3. The Attempt at a Solution I know without a battery, the wavefunctions of an electron from the right...
7. Show a subspace and find a spanning set

Thanks for both of your help. Thanks so much! Since a=c=0, I'm left with p(x) = 1 + x2 So the basis is 1, x2 which is the spanning set. I really appreciate it, so much.
8. Show a subspace and find a spanning set

1. Homework Statement Let W be the subset of all P3 defined by W={p(x) in P3: p(1)=p(-1) and p(2)=p(-2)} Show that W is a subspace of P3, and find a spanning set for W. 2. Homework Equations 3. The Attempt at a Solution This is homework we can correct. I've attached my...
9. Really basic linear algebra: subspaces of F[a,b]

oops sorry about that, I meant "subspace of F[a,b]" F is the matrix with vectors a and b? :|
10. Really basic linear algebra: subspaces of F[a,b]

Thanks for your reply! Unfortunately F wasn't given any particular properties
11. Really basic linear algebra: subspaces of F[a,b]

1. Homework Statement Determine which of the following sets of functions are subsets of F[a,b] a) All functions f in F[a,b] for which f(a) = 0 b) All functions f in F[a,b] for which f(a) = 1 3. The Attempt at a Solution Ok so I am just learning about vector subspaces. After...
12. Matlab, adding columns in matrices

Sorry, I realize there is a math & science software forum.
13. Matlab, adding columns in matrices

1. Homework Statement I need to create a function for scilab which adds a row of zeros to the right of an nxn matrix, a. I also have to add a row of 6's at the bottom but I think i have that part down. 2. Homework Equations I think ones(,) is supposed to help? 3. The Attempt at a...
14. Electric force between two point charges

Thanks, I totally forgot about tension U: So I can solve for T and get mg=qE cot(θ) which gets me the right answer! Thanks so so much :)
15. Electric force between two point charges

1. Homework Statement Two identical spheres with mass m are hung from silk thread with length L. Each sphere has the same charge, so q1=q2=q. The radius of each sphere is very small compared to the distance between the two spheres, so they may be treated as point charges. Show that if the...