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comment Find linear equation given single y value and the gradient
@Dhruv I see you tried to edit my answer, but in the process the $ sign dropped off from $65 per hour. If you are going to make changes, please ensure units are removed in the process.
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comment Find linear equation given single y value and the gradient
@KobeyRafferty Thanks Bro
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comment Find linear equation given single y value and the gradient
@KobeyRafferty, gradient = rise/run. We are given two coordinates (3 hours, 220) and (7 hours, 480). Rise = 480 - 220 and Run = 7-3 = 4. Does this make sense?
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answered Find linear equation given single y value and the gradient
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comment Generate all N-bit numbers in such an order that the number of 1s increases monotonically
Define efficient
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comment How to calculate the limit of $(\frac{x}{x+1})^x$
Thanks. It appears therefore that in a fair casino game, provided you only play one session (of x games) in your lifetime, you will come out on top 63% of the time. Even if the casino has an edge, you can come out on top (that is when z > 1 but z< 1.44). I believe this is most applicable to the lottery where you are only likely to play one session in your lifetime.
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comment How to calculate the limit of $(\frac{x}{x+1})^x$
I apologize for the downvote and to make up for it I have upvoted and awarded you the best answer. Thanks very much!
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accepted How to calculate the limit of $(\frac{x}{x+1})^x$
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comment How to calculate the limit of $(\frac{x}{x+1})^x$
thanks I look forward to seeing the full answer and awarding it as best.
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comment How to calculate the limit of $(\frac{x}{x+1})^x$
@RecklessReckoner, yeah i accidentally displayed 1- (1/e) which is 0.632, I will edit to correct.
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comment How to calculate the limit of $(\frac{x}{x+1})^x$
This answer doesn't acknowledge the second part of my question at all involving the z.
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