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Jun
14
accepted How to determine a deficit of base 10 exponent from a minimum unit
Jun
14
asked How to determine a deficit of base 10 exponent from a minimum unit
Jan
25
revised Function with a constant infinite order derivative, infinite final value, 0 initial value, and graph that resembles geometric growth
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Jan
25
comment Function with a constant infinite order derivative, infinite final value, 0 initial value, and graph that resembles geometric growth
@tabstop Thank you tabstop! Could you please expand in an answer? That was the best I could come up with after thinking about this myself. Thank you so much in advance!
Jan
25
comment Function with a constant infinite order derivative, infinite final value, 0 initial value, and graph that resembles geometric growth
@ClaudeLeibovici Thank you for looking again Claude Leibovici! I have edited the data to show those graphs. Thank you very much in advance!
Jan
25
comment Function with a constant infinite order derivative, infinite final value, 0 initial value, and graph that resembles geometric growth
Thank you for trying Ross! It doesn't seem to grow fast enough. I edited the link to show a graph. I apologize for not being clear, but I do not want all derivatives to equal 0; rather, I'd prefer the derivative of the infinite order to be constant. Are you saying that the only way for the infinite order derivative to be constant is for all derivatives to equal 0? Thank you so very much in advance!
Jan
25
revised Function with a constant infinite order derivative, infinite final value, 0 initial value, and graph that resembles geometric growth
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Jan
25
revised Function with a constant infinite order derivative, infinite final value, 0 initial value, and graph that resembles geometric growth
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Jan
25
comment Function with a constant infinite order derivative, infinite final value, 0 initial value, and graph that resembles geometric growth
@ClaudeLeibovici Thank you so much Claude Leibovici! You are correct. I will post it as soon as possible. Please come back and take another look. Thank you so much in advance!
Jan
25
comment Function with a constant infinite order derivative, infinite final value, 0 initial value, and graph that resembles geometric growth
@T.Bongers Thank you for looking T. Bongers! I think I mean the infinite order derivative of the function. Does that make more sense? In other words, the infinity-1 order derivative might be x, and the infinity-2 order derivative might be x^2+x. Please bear with me. I simply don't have the skills. Thank-you so very much in advance!
Jan
25
asked Function with a constant infinite order derivative, infinite final value, 0 initial value, and graph that resembles geometric growth
Jan
5
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jan
1
revised Closed Form CDF of the Variance Gamma Distribution
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Jan
1
revised Closed Form CDF of the Variance Gamma Distribution
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Dec
29
asked Closed Form CDF of the Variance Gamma Distribution
Dec
23
comment Succinct term for final / initial?
If it's not yet named, I like "temporal quotient" since it's usually related to time.
Dec
23
asked Succinct term for final / initial?
Aug
1
accepted how to calculate this complementary Bessel function?
Jul
31
revised how to calculate this complementary Bessel function?
more understanding of what the problem actually is as i have little understanding of such advanced concepts
Jul
31
revised how to calculate this complementary Bessel function?
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