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comment Solving an optimization problem with KKT-conditions
Thank you, just what I needed :) Appreciate it
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comment Solving an optimization problem with KKT-conditions
Thank you for you help all. Appreciate it. How should I proceed then? Does this mean that I can't solve this or that my problem is simply wrongly defined? If yes, how should I restate it? :)
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comment Solving an optimization problem with KKT-conditions
Hi @mookid I was wondering that actually :) And this was also what confused me a bit (which is why I posted my question)...do I need to insert $x^2+y^2$ in place of $z$ in the constraint?
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comment Interpretation of a weakly compact set of functions
Thank you @Ian appreciate the help :-)
Apr
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comment Interpretation of a weakly compact set of functions
Thank you for your help @HerbertQuain that helped :)
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revised Interpretation of a weakly compact set of functions
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asked Interpretation of a weakly compact set of functions
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comment Converting linear programming problems into standard form
thank you for your help =)
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accepted Converting linear programming problems into standard form
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comment How to prove that $4^{2n}-1$ is divisible by $3$ or $5$
Thank you, appreciate it very much :) very nice :)
Apr
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comment How to prove that $4^{2n}-1$ is divisible by $3$ or $5$
Thank you for your help! =)
Apr
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comment How to prove that $4^{2n}-1$ is divisible by $3$ or $5$
Thank you @BillDubuque
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accepted How to prove that $4^{2n}-1$ is divisible by $3$ or $5$
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comment How to prove that $4^{2n}-1$ is divisible by $3$ or $5$
got it =) thank you
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comment How to prove that $4^{2n}-1$ is divisible by $3$ or $5$
no =) thnx I'll look into that