There is a mistake in my opinion on the text. In my working i have,
##y_1= 3 + 0.2 e^{\cos1} = 3+ 0.54357 = 3.54357##
##y_2 = 3.54357 + 0.2 e^{\cos 1.2} = 4.0871##
##y_3 = 4.0871 + 0.2 e^{\cos 1.4} = 4.6305##
I also noted that we do not have an exact solution for this problem.
Question: When thinking of continuums the most notable seems to be space-time but they also mark a simplification to reality like in continuum mechanics, often taught when learning the tensor calculus needed for general relativity.
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I'm not sure if I have calculated task b correctly, and unfortunately I don't know what to do with task c?
I solved task b as follows
##\displaystyle{\lim_{\epsilon \to 0}} \int_{- \infty}^{\infty} g^{\epsilon}(x) \phi(x)dx=\displaystyle{\lim_{\epsilon \to 0}} \int_{\infty}^{\epsilon}...
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I am not sure if I have solved the following task correctly
I did the plotting in mathematica and got the following
Would the plots be correct? What is meant by check for normalization, is the following meant?
For the approximation for ##\epsilon > 0##, does it mean that for the...
In the book, I see the following:
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I'm reading Ordinary Differential Equations by Andersson and Böiers. They give an estimate for how the difference between an exact and an approximate solution propagates with time. Then they give an example where they encourage the reader to check that this estimate holds. When I do that, I get...
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What is the energy dependence of the Equivalent photon approximation? For this approach to be valid, what is the maximum center of mass-energy. As know, this approach is an energy-dependent approach. Can this approach be used to calculate, for example, at a center of mass energy of 100...
I would say that for the elements with the lowest atomic numbers, because these elements have their nuclei the lightest and so they can move more and their movement influence electrons more than in some heavier elements, whose nuclei move less. Am I right or not?
Is there more references for how accurate is the continuum approximation to discrete sums? Perhaps more mathematical.
What I've found:
https://lonitch.github.io/Sum-to-Int/
https://arxiv.org/pdf/2102.10941.pdf
Some examples are:
Sum to integral
$$\sum_{\mathbf{k}} \to 2 \left ( \frac{L}{2...
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For this problem,
When Area 2 > Area 1, but not by much, is this phenomenon no longer called Torricelli's Law because the water is not approximately stationary at the top surface? What is this called now?
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I tell you a little about my situation.
I already found the approximate wavefunctions for the schrodinger equation with the potential ##V(x) = x^2##, likewise, energy, etc.
I have the approximate WKB solution and also the exact numeric solution.
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This is probably a silly question, but I am really stuck. A possible senior moment, is my only excuse.
Here is an approximation:
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So we have:
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which is OK but not great -- the error shows up...
With some help from another thread, I learned how to solve a simultaneous diophantine approximation involving log(2), log(3), log(5) etc. This method is based on Mathematica's LatticeReduce function. At first, I was quite happy to use it as a black box to work on some hobby math exploration, but...
Wikipedia says that Fresnel diffraction is valid if the Fresnel number is approximately 1. What Fresnel number then is the Fresnel approximation for paraxial-paraboloidal waves valid? It's not mentioned...
Oh I just realized that
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I'm looking for a derivation of the secular approximation of the dipole-dipole Hamiltonian at high magnetic fields. Does anybody know a reference with a comprehensive derivation or can even provide it here?
Given we have the dipolar alphabet, I'd like to understand (in the best...
I am trying to find the comoving distance,
$$\chi = c\int_0^z \frac{dz}{H(z)}$$ for the ##\Lambda##CDM model (spatially flat universe, containing only matter and ##\Lambda##).
$$H^2 = H_0^2[\Omega_{m,0}(1+z)^3 + \Omega_{\Lambda, 0}]$$
When I put this into integral I am getting,
$$\chi =...
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I was attempting example 27.1 question from the book: 'Information Theory, Inference, and Learning Algorithms'. It is about the Laplace approximation. I was confused about part (b) of the question and wanted to check my method if possible.
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In Zettili book, it is given that ## \nabla^2 \psi \left( \vec{r} \right) + \dfrac{1}{\hbar ^2} p^2 \left( \vec{r} \right) \psi ( \vec{r} ) =0 ## where ## \hbar## is very small and ##p## is classical momentum.
Now they assumed the ansatz that ## \psi ( \vec{r} ) = A ( \vec{r} ) e^{i S( \vec{r} )...
Reif,pg 14. ##n_1## is the number of steps to the right in a 1D random walk. ##N## are the total number of steps
"When ##N## is large, the binomial probability distribution ##W\left(n_{1}\right)##
##W\left(n_{1}\right)=\frac{N !}{n_{1} !\left(N-n_{1}\right) !} p^{n_{1}} q^{N-n_{1}}##
tends to...
I was reading an article, and I saw this expression.
$$
1+z=\frac{(g_{\mu\nu}k^{\mu}u^{\nu})_e}{(g_{\mu\nu}k^{\mu}u^{\nu})_o}
$$
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I need some help understanding how to use pade approximations with a given data points (See the attachment for the data).
Here is the basic derivation of pade approximation read the Derivation of Pade Approximate.
I am confused on how to find a f(x) to the data or is there a...
I'am interested in the notation of the approximation in quantum phase estimation algorithm.
In the literature there are different definitions, which I divide into two cases here. Both different in their definition of the ##\delta##. In both cases I start with a quote of the source and show an...
Using log identities:
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##(2[(\alpha - 1)log(\alpha - 1) - (\alpha - 1)##
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Is this correct? I can't find a way to check this computationally.
What if the value of X is not integer, such as P(X < 1.2)?
a) Will the continuity correction be P(X < 1.2 - 0.5) = P(X < 0.7)?
or
b) Will the continuity correction be P(X < 1.2 - 0.05) = P(X < 1.15)?
or
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Suppose we add a weak acid HA into pure water, so that upon addition its initial concentration is c. The following equilibria should establish in the system. $$\text{HA}+\text{H}_2\text{O}\rightleftharpoons\text{H}_3\text{O}^++\text{A}^-$$...
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Hello. I should find the energy aproximatelly using the variational approximation for this physical hamiltonian: ##bx^4 + p²/2m## Imediatally, i thought that the better trial wave function would be the one correspondent to the ground state of the harmonic quantum oscilator. THe problem is, in...
I tried to use a Taylor series expanded at 3 and set to 3.01:
https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=27+++9+(-3+++x)^2+++(-3+++x)^3+++3+y^2+++y^3+++(-3+++x)+(27+++y^2)=3.01
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In many cases, the concentrations of defects or charges are quite big enough to use SA, due to a big number of Avogadro's number.
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Summary:: When experimenting to improve a theory, account for the fact that your experimental equipment is made using the very same theory which you are trying to improve.
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In a book that I am reading it says
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for ##a = [1, N-1]##
But I don't understand how...
I am not really sure what the reason is but my argument would be if normal distribution is appropriate, then almost all the score will fall in the range of μ - 3σ to μ + 3σ
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I am working on a Python project in which I have to make Bayesian inference to estimate 4 or more parameters using MCMC.
I also need to evaluate the evidence and I thought to do so through the Laplace approximation in n-dimensions:
$$ E = P(x_0)2\pi^{n/2}|C|^{1/2} $$
Where C...
I took the w derivative of the wave function and got the following. Also w is a function of time, I just didn't notate it for brevity:
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Then I multiplied the complex conjugate of the wave...
We have a function:
## f(x,y)=\sqrt{\frac{1−2x}{1−y^2}} = \frac{\sqrt{1−2x}}{\sqrt{1−y^2}}##
for small x and y, we can use standard approximations:
## 1/\sqrt{1−x}=1+x/2+... ##
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Ok. Now we can approximate the whole function f(x,y)
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##...
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I'm having problems to understand the final part of this section. The book says we have the lagrangian from one particle (106.16), then we have some explanation and then the total lagrangian is given(106.17). For me is everything fine until the 106.16, then i couldn't get what is going...
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Can someone please explain why the formula for midpoint approximation looks like the equation above instead of something like
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Thanks in advance!
My physics textbook does the approximation in the homework statement. Here, x and y are variables and are much smaller than h. I attempted to figure out why it is valid with ##(1+x)^-1\sim 1-x##. However, after trying to convert the initial equation into 1+x form, I obtained ##h(1-(h+x-y-1))##...
My physics textbook does the approximation that $$r=\frac{r_0}{1-\frac{A}{r_0}\sin\theta}\approx r_0\left( 1+\frac A r_0\sin\theta\right)$$ when ##A/r_0 \ll 1##. Can someone please explain how it is done?
FIRST TYPE: REVERSIBLE PROCESS At the temperature of 127 ° C, 1 L of CO2 is reversibly compressed from the pressure of 380 mmHg to that of 1 atm. Calculate the heat and labor exchanged assuming the gas is ideal. Q = L = - 34.95 J
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Writing down several terms of the summation and then doing some simplifying, I get:
$$\sum_{r=1}^n \frac{1}{n} \left(1+\frac{r}{n} \right)^{-1}= \frac{1}{n+1}+\frac{1}{n+2}+\frac{1}{n+3}+...\frac{1}{2n}$$
How to change this into integral form? Thanks
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Let $\displaystyle{I_n(f)=\sum_{i=0}^na_if(x_i)}$ be a quadrature formula for the approximate calculation of the integral $I(f)=\int_a^bf(x)\, dx$.
Show that a polynomial $p$ of degree $2n+2$ exists such that $I_n(p)\neq I(p)$.
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I have a few questions that I wanted to ask you guys regarding the method by which we implement the Runge-Kutta approximation of Projectile Motion if we should do it using a numerical iterative method with a Spreadsheet like Excel.
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So really i am just unsure how to answer the last part of the question. I am unsure how to apply the low and high temperature limits the way i have done it. Do i set upper/lower limits on the integral and solve? If so i am not sure what to put
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I'm reading a paper (Beamwidth and directivity of large scanning arrays, R. S. Elliott, Appendix A) in which the author starts from this expression:
##\frac{\sin\left [ \left ( 2N+1 \right ) u_0\right ]}{\sin(u_0)}\sum_{p=-P}^Pa_p\cos(p\pi)\left [\frac{\sin(u_0)}{\sin(u_p)} -1+1 \right ]##...