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 Mar 18 answered Showing that Y has a uniform distribution if Y=F(X) where F is the cdf of X Mar 15 accepted How can I prove that the argument of a transcendental function must be dimensionless? Mar 15 awarded Yearling Mar 15 reviewed Approve How can I prove that the argument of a transcendental function must be dimensionless? Mar 15 asked How can I prove that the argument of a transcendental function must be dimensionless? Jul 21 awarded Popular Question Apr 10 comment Has this infinite sum $\sum _{i=1}^{\infty } p^i \log (b i+a)$ any known solution? which version of mathematica you have? Apr 10 accepted Has this infinite sum $\sum _{i=1}^{\infty } p^i \log (b i+a)$ any known solution? Apr 10 comment Has this infinite sum $\sum _{i=1}^{\infty } p^i \log (b i+a)$ any known solution? wolfram show the partial derivative too on the lerch function. you should change your answer. Apr 10 comment Has this infinite sum $\sum _{i=1}^{\infty } p^i \log (b i+a)$ any known solution? Thanx Olivier. Has $$\partial_s \Phi (p,s,1+\frac{a}{b})$$ any aproximate form? Apr 10 revised Has this infinite sum $\sum _{i=1}^{\infty } p^i \log (b i+a)$ any known solution? added 40 characters in body Apr 10 asked Has this infinite sum $\sum _{i=1}^{\infty } p^i \log (b i+a)$ any known solution? Dec 19 asked Supply and demand law from game theory Jul 2 awarded Curious Feb 11 awarded Tumbleweed Feb 7 awarded Critic Jan 3 accepted Find $k$ such that the vector with $w_n=1/(1+a_n k)$ is orthogonal to a given vector Jan 3 comment Find $k$ such that the vector with $w_n=1/(1+a_n k)$ is orthogonal to a given vector Actually, I have no trouble with numerical solution, but I would had bet on the existence of an analytic one. Anyway thanx for the answer. Jan 2 comment Find $k$ such that the vector with $w_n=1/(1+a_n k)$ is orthogonal to a given vector So the answer is, "Sorry no analytical solution" ? Jan 2 comment Find $k$ such that the vector with $w_n=1/(1+a_n k)$ is orthogonal to a given vector Sorry? This is simply what I have stated in the question. Anyway I am looking for an analytical solution for k.