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comment simple question on SVD
Sorry I should've been more clear - I was referring to the norm of the vector (which measures length) rather than the number of elements. You've figured out the solution I was suggesting yourself though!
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comment simple question on SVD
Why not compare the length of the $v_{old}$ and $v$? Should be cheaper than SVD. Or am I missing something?
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revised Proof polynomial is always divisible by number
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comment What is the probability of the box?
Definitely, but I think it's also useful to do some easy problems with more complicated machinery, just to see how things work.
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comment How is $e^x$ read aloud?
Perhaps not in the first explanation of an equation, but if you have to say it many times, that's what I default to. Particularly reading/taking about anything in continuous time finance, $e^{-rT}$ quickly becomes 'ee minus arr tee' for me.
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comment calculus of variations question
@Rut welcome to math.se! Posts of this nature should usually be comments on the main question rather than answers. The latter are generally reserved for complete solutions to the problem at hand.