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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted Area Of Polygon Whose Edges Are In Given Distance From A Given Polygon Edges
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revised Area Of Polygon Whose Edges Are In Given Distance From A Given Polygon Edges
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comment Area Of Polygon Whose Edges Are In Given Distance From A Given Polygon Edges
Hey, first of all thanks for the answer. What I need is to get an inner polygon of an existing one, not to expand.Sorry if it was not clear.
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asked Area Of Polygon Whose Edges Are In Given Distance From A Given Polygon Edges
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awarded  Curious
Jun
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comment Solution of $f(x)=0.5 \cdot x^{(T)}Ax-b^T \cdot x+c$
Cool answer given by a cool person. Thanks !
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accepted Solution of $f(x)=0.5 \cdot x^{(T)}Ax-b^T \cdot x+c$
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asked Solution of $f(x)=0.5 \cdot x^{(T)}Ax-b^T \cdot x+c$
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accepted Solving $f(x) = e^{(-sin4x)} - 3/4$ with 3 digits after the decimal point correction
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asked Express Norm Using Inner Product
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accepted Find Iterative Method Convergence Rate
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comment Find Iterative Method Convergence Rate
@ClaudeLeibovici , thanks for the answer, I'd like to know if you can provide any explanation about the convergence rate of this method.Thanks
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asked Find Iterative Method Convergence Rate
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comment Solving $f(x) = e^{(-sin4x)} - 3/4$ with 3 digits after the decimal point correction
@Amzoti, thanks for the answer, but could you be please more detailed about the process itself ?
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asked Solving $f(x) = e^{(-sin4x)} - 3/4$ with 3 digits after the decimal point correction
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accepted Integration Rule Exact Degree
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comment Integration Rule Exact Degree
Thanks again,but why $f(x)=1$ for all x ?
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comment Integration Rule Exact Degree
Ben ,first of all thanks for the answer. I'd like to know why for example in the calculation of $E(1)$ we get $f(0)=1,f(1)=1,f'(0)=0$ . Thanks in advance
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asked Integration Rule Exact Degree