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awarded  Curious
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Jun
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asked Nature of Hessian of a function of a matrix
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accepted Reproducing Kernel Hilbert Spaces for Dummies
Jun
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comment What is the primitive of $\tan(x)\arctan(x)$?
What is the definition of primitive?
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awarded  Custodian
Jun
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reviewed No Action Needed If $ab=3$ and $\frac1{a^2}+\frac1{b^2}=4,$ then $(a-b)^2=\;$?
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comment Condition for a norm be absolute
If an answer is convincing, it is a good idea to accept it. The forum has an accepting mechanism.
Jun
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comment Evaluate a limit (probably involving L'Hôpital rule)
Have you tried bringing $x$ to the dominator, as $\frac{1}{x}$?
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revised Condition for a norm be absolute
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answered Condition for a norm be absolute
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comment Nand this Boolean Algebra Function?
Is "Multisim" a simulator for logical circuits?
Jun
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answered Nand this Boolean Algebra Function?
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comment Nand this Boolean Algebra Function?
What does NANDing some expression mean? Does it mean you write it only in terms of NADN, or compute the NAND of it with itself?
Jun
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comment Regularization vs. Inequality Constraint
All these answers help me to understand this better. Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts. It is really useful.
Jun
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accepted Regularization vs. Inequality Constraint
Jun
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revised Finding the intersection of a circle and a line
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comment Finding the intersection of a circle and a line
Remember that $(a+b)^2 = a^2 + 2ab + b^2$
Jun
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comment Finding the intersection of a circle and a line
No. They are not. As a counter example $\sqrt{3^2+ 4^2}= \sqrt{25}=5 \neq 3+4$
Jun
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answered Finding the intersection of a circle and a line