I have been curious about this for a while...
I'm interested to know if there is any easy way to tell the accuracy of the (n+1)th on the nth term of the Fibonacci series in relation to the golden ratio.
I know that as n tends to infinity the ratio tends to the Golden Ratio "Phi" - but is...
Got to choose from 5 different questions to do animation type exercises in Maple. Chose number 5 but we had problems restricting the domain in the 2nd function to the time in the first function. The first function was in the form of y = t +e^t. We decided it was too hard and started on a...
A person in my calculus class got upset and stormed out of class because she kept confusing imaginary numbers with vector measurements (use of i in both).
Mmm well the examples I thought of were like, the probability that earth is here tomorrow when I wake up. I'd say that is extremely close to 100%, but as time tends towards infinity the chance the earth still exists dwindles to nothing. Similarly the chance that an asteroid hits earth and...
Is it just me or do all high probabilities dwindle to nothing as time approaches infinity and all small probabilities increase to 1 as time approaches infinity?
{ \sin^{2} \theta }
At one time ages ago I wasn't sure wether it was Sin of the Sin of Theta, or the whole thing squared.
Edit: Interesting to note, I've never had any trouble with greek/english letters. But I have had trouble with m/n like matt said, and also r and v.
Edit2: Also {...
a(b+c) just means a times everything in the brackets, or a times b plus a times c. Now if it isn't logical that a*b is ab, and a*c is ac, that a*b + a*c = ab+ac then I don't know what is. Questioning this is like questioning the procedure of multiplication.
y = x+(m/(ax^n+b)+c?
I'm trying to find the equation for a graph in which the equation changes for different points.
The graph can be made accurate upto 1500, but after that it becomes inacurate for my numbers, using this equation;
x+(x*(.8-(\frac{3x}{5000})
or
x*(1.80-(\frac{3x}{5000}))...