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 Mar20 awarded Curious May6 awarded Popular Question May3 awarded Popular Question Jan21 awarded Notable Question Apr4 awarded Popular Question Oct4 awarded Supporter Sep30 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. Sep29 accepted understanding basics of linear transformations, in polynomials Sep29 accepted $f(x,y)= xy$ conditions to finding limit Sep29 comment understanding basics of linear transformations, in polynomials Thank you again sir Sep29 comment understanding basics of linear transformations, in polynomials i see thankyou. that makes more sense Sep29 revised understanding basics of linear transformations, in polynomials deleted 356 characters in body Sep29 comment understanding basics of linear transformations, in polynomials ill rephrase question, to only clarification...unless u still think its too much Sep29 asked understanding basics of linear transformations, in polynomials Sep27 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 Sep27 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. Sep27 asked $f(x,y)= xy$ conditions to finding limit Sep27 comment What infinite series of this kind converges to 1? how about trying the geometric series sum? for appropriate values of x Sep27 answered What infinite series of this kind converges to 1? Sep26 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