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May
28
comment Evaluating a double integral containing absolute value squared of sum of two functions.
exactly what I was looking for! Was able to solve the integrals with this. Thanks :)
May
16
comment Proof that infinite functions can fit a table of numerical values
yes! because you are adding zero to the interpolating polynomial for all values of x_i. Thanks
May
15
comment Proof that infinite functions can fit a table of numerical values
I added the constraint on functions. No piecewise functions are allowed.
May
15
comment Proof that infinite functions can fit a table of numerical values
Yes, I changed it now
Oct
3
comment Can we always find such a function?
was very helpful!
Sep
11
comment People sitting around circular dinner tables
I updated my question.
Sep
10
comment How to count the number of free parameters in an orthogonal transformation matrix?
Thank you for the easy to understand proof that can be visualised!
Sep
10
comment People sitting around circular dinner tables
I got that if all the people sit around a single table. The number of possible ways is (n-1)! but from here I can't find how to proceed when the number of tables is arbitrary.