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awarded  Good Answer
Aug
23
revised What is the gradient of $f=\| S-ABA^T \|^2$?
Added a link to Frobenius product on wikipedia.
Aug
22
comment What is the gradient of $f=\| S-ABA^T \|^2$?
what do you denote by $h$?
Aug
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revised A theta function around its natural boundary
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revised A theta function around its natural boundary
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Aug
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answered Get the distribution of $X|Y=y$ given this joint probability density function
Jul
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revised Solving a SDE / Finding expectation Value
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Jul
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comment Is $\left(45+29\sqrt{2}\right)^{1/3} + \left(45-29\sqrt{2}\right)^{1/3}$ an integer?
Wolfram|Alpha even offers step-by-step simplification to the integer value.
Jul
29
answered Solving a SDE / Finding expectation Value
Jul
23
comment Is there one to one relation Positive definite(PD) matrix and PD function?
@Creator I meant sphere, plane, their subsets, or some other domains.
Jul
23
comment Is there one to one relation Positive definite(PD) matrix and PD function?
@Creator Do you require the purported function to have any specific domain, like $\mathbb{R}^2$ or $\mathbb{S}^2$?
Jul
23
comment Is there one to one relation Positive definite(PD) matrix and PD function?
Any requirements at to the P.D. function domain?
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Jun
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reviewed Close compute standard basis in local rings
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reviewed Close In a 30-60 right triangle the side opposite the 30 degree angle is half the length of the hypotenuse. Why?
Jun
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reviewed Close Is there a formal definition for antiderivatives?
Jun
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reviewed Close Convergence of sequence of function in norm.
Jun
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comment Solving for n in the equation $\left ( \frac{1}{2} \right )^{n}+\left ( \frac{1}{4} \right )^{n}+\left ( \frac{3}{4} \right )^{n}=1$
No, $n \approx 1.7305073578576$.
Jun
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comment Inside a circle, radius 1, 10 points are chosen. $X$- random variable that represents the distance from the rim of the circle to the closest point.
Yours is the same as mine. In your case $n=10$ and the event $\{A\}$ is exactly $D > d$.