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Feb
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Feb
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comment What is the simplest way to create $n$ steps for a loop?
@JohnJoy You're right
Feb
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Feb
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comment What is the simplest way to create $n$ steps for a loop?
@GerryMyerson Look at my first example ( (i-(i%3))/3). I didnt use any complex function and still got the right result.
Feb
17
comment What is the simplest way to create $n$ steps for a loop?
@GerryMyerson I want to use ( if it's possible) +,-,*,/,%,^, . Round ,truncate , Ceil , floor are "complex" functions. which im trying to avoid.
Feb
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Apr
10
comment Power calculation for simplification?
offline - are you familier with floating point representation ?
Apr
10
accepted Power calculation for simplification?
Apr
10
comment Power calculation for simplification?
I meant this : (6.805647-0.000000406)*10^38 - but I get my confusion - it's not a power but a magnitude of 10 which is why this is legit
Apr
10
comment Power calculation for simplification?
does X^y-Z^y==(X-Z)^y ????
Apr
10
comment Power calculation for simplification?
But then , again I get 4.056*10^31 - 4.056^(31)... which is not a single value.....
Apr
9
comment Max value - Mantissa calculation clarification?
huh??? how does Mm is close to 2^128 ? Mm is 1.11111111111111111111111 ....no ?
Apr
9
comment Power calculation for simplification?
this (1+x)^n => 1+nx is amazing. I didnt know that.
Apr
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asked Power calculation for simplification?
Apr
9
comment Max value - Mantissa calculation clarification?
Hi. I want to continue the result of 2^(128)-2^(104) into this pattern : y*x^(m) - and I see you got this by actual calculating. but how can I do it without calculating the large number ? I just want the result 3.4*10^38 is there anyway yo to get this number( or close enough) without calculating it ?
Apr
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comment Max value - Mantissa calculation clarification?
Well , didnt know who's Goldberg is , now I know and i'm certainly going to print and read this article. thank you very much for your knowledge , help and patience. p.s. do you write this styled math syntax symbols automatically from your head? or is there a tool ?