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comment find the the variable that maximizes a function
@Macavity how did you get to this result?
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comment find the the variable that maximizes a function
@ManolitoPérez I meant that I want to get the $S$ that maximizes the value when $n$ gets bigger and bigger. i.e. if for a small $n$ some value of $s$ gets you an higher result, but for very large $n$ a different $s$ will give you the higher result, I want the second $s$. is that clear?
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comment How 2 vectors can be dependent in one field in another field
Will it be better in this specific case to use the determinant of the matrix and show that it is not zero and hence the vectors are not dependent at all? (not in C and in R)
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comment Are functions dependent
@B.S. can't I just use that and show contradiction? (since 0!=1-2π)
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comment Are functions dependent
but if x=π then $cf2=0$ and you cannot indicate anyhing about c. the equation is just not true for x=π
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comment Are functions dependent
it's obvious that they are not dependent, but how can I prove that?
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comment Are functions dependent
Can you please show me how to solve it once? so I would know how to solve it for next questions?
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comment Are functions dependent
Is there a way to do that without differentiating the equation?