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comment Help? I cannot do the integration by parts correctly??
Hint: use u=x^2 substitution, then it should come out to look like the gamma distribution function.
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comment understanding basics of linear transformations, in polynomials
Thank you again sir
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comment understanding basics of linear transformations, in polynomials
i see thankyou. that makes more sense
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comment understanding basics of linear transformations, in polynomials
ill rephrase question, to only clarification...unless u still think its too much
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comment $f(x,y)= xy $ conditions to finding limit
yes i agree with what you wrote; but how do i know abs(y-2) <1
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comment $f(x,y)= xy $ conditions to finding limit
here is a link to the notes: rutherglen.science.mq.edu.au/~maths/Chen-notes/lnfycfolder/… page 2 Example 17.1.2.
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asked $f(x,y)= xy $ conditions to finding limit
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comment What infinite series of this kind converges to 1?
how about trying the geometric series sum? for appropriate values of x
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answered What infinite series of this kind converges to 1?
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comment $\lim_{n \rightarrow \infty}x_n= (-1)^nn$
so it either a case of 'absolute convergence' or a case of a different definition; thanks
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accepted $\lim_{n \rightarrow \infty}x_n= (-1)^nn$