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accepted Unlike Jensen's Inequality, can we upper bound $\log \sum_{i}{u_i \exp(x_i)}$?
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answered Unlike Jensen's Inequality, can we upper bound $\log \sum_{i}{u_i \exp(x_i)}$?
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comment Unlike Jensen's Inequality, can we upper bound $\log \sum_{i}{u_i \exp(x_i)}$?
@gammatester. Excuse me. I meant $\max_i |x_i|$. In other words, the infinite norm $||x||_\infty$, where $x = (x_1, x_2, ..., x_n)$.
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asked Unlike Jensen's Inequality, can we upper bound $\log \sum_{i}{u_i \exp(x_i)}$?
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accepted What is the combinatorial meaning of $\sum\limits_{R = 0}^{N}\binom{N}{r}\binom{N-R}{n-r} = \binom{N+1}{n+1}$?
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asked What is the combinatorial meaning of $\sum\limits_{R = 0}^{N}\binom{N}{r}\binom{N-R}{n-r} = \binom{N+1}{n+1}$?
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revised Find the equation of the tangent to the curve with exponential function
I think the answer is y = 2ex-e/2.
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reviewed Reviewed Find the equation of the tangent to the curve with exponential function
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comment Find the equation of the tangent to the curve with exponential function
I think it should be $2ex-\frac{e}{2}$ so that it passes through $(\frac{1}{2},\frac{e}{2})$.
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accepted Is the multiplicative Chernoff bound stronger than additive one?
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asked Is the multiplicative Chernoff bound stronger than additive one?
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awarded  Tumbleweed
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comment Does the sum of $\frac{\pm a}{\log(1+ax)}$ have at most finitely many zeros?
@user1551, thanks for the change. Just now I found a solution to this problem.
Dec
20
answered Does the sum of $\frac{\pm a}{\log(1+ax)}$ have at most finitely many zeros?
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20
revised Does the sum of $\frac{\pm a}{\log(1+ax)}$ have at most finitely many zeros?
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revised Does the sum of $\frac{\pm a}{\log(1+ax)}$ have at most finitely many zeros?
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