suppose you have two random variables X and Y which are independent,
we want to form a new random variable Z=XY, if f(x) and f(y) are density functions
of X and Y respectively what is the density function of Z?
I tried taking logs and applying convolution, but it did not really work
What happens if you combine both negative and positive feedback in one opAmp?
assuming you only have unity gain in the negative configuration and no capacitors? I reckon
adding capacitors would add some oscillatory behavior but would that be the case if both configurations are made only of...
I am trying to read from a csv file, the file looks like below:
I used getline(Input_file,size,',') but the problem with this is that it seems to see the numbers not separated by commas as one string., for the code below i was expecting the following output:
I find it quite easy to always use force triangles when given problems like this since its always easy to make mistakes when resolving( you have more equations obviously high chances of sign mistakes)... wherez you could pplug all the values in one geometric equation and instantly find the...
I am solving a problem in which I am reading numbers from cells in a csv file, I used getline to get strings from the csv file then converted the string to an integer... but the getline seemingly discards the last cell in the csv file
this my C++...
but how do we formally define symetry? is it just in terms of isometry? if you were to place you hand infinite distances away, then your hand gets very tiny and converges to a point in space which is definitely isometric about some point...eventually becoming symetric!
is there a formal definition of symetry? suppose i was to make an assertion that every object in space is symetric at least about one certain axis in space, is this assertion true? why or why not...how would you go about the proof?
can't we define time as another form of energy? well i mean it obeys the laws of conservation quite well. in fact if time was created during the big bang then it must have been made from some form of energy... the problem is whether we can convert energy into time... or vice versa, if its not...
how does one define time? iv we viewed time from outta our universe...would einsteins theories of relativity still hold...i mean would any of the laws of physics in our universe hold if we assumed the multiverse model of the universe(s)?
without using a counter example, show a proof that Euler's polynomial equation P(n)=n^2+n+41 can not be used to generate all the primes.can a general proof be made to show that all primes cannot be generated by a specific polynomial?
i am sorry guys, the last time i posted this problem it was completely different but this time if we
Let x12+x22=1 be a unit circle upon a finite field Zp where p is prime. Is there any algorithm which can give all the possible solutions (x1,x2) an element of Zp*Zp as well as the total number of...
Let x1 + x2 =1 be a unit circle upon a finite field Zp where p is prime. Is there any algorithm which can give all the possible solutions (x1,x2) an element of Zp*Zp as well as the total number of such solutions? If exists, what is the complexity of it?