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Oct
15
revised Fastest Square Root Algorithm
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Oct
1
accepted Possible new definition of Gamma (Euler-Mascheroni Constant): $\lim_{x \to 0} (-\ln ( \sqrt[x]{x!} )) = \gamma$
Oct
1
comment Possible new definition of Gamma (Euler-Mascheroni Constant): $\lim_{x \to 0} (-\ln ( \sqrt[x]{x!} )) = \gamma$
Thankyou so much guys :)
Oct
1
revised Possible new definition of Gamma (Euler-Mascheroni Constant): $\lim_{x \to 0} (-\ln ( \sqrt[x]{x!} )) = \gamma$
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Oct
1
asked Possible new definition of Gamma (Euler-Mascheroni Constant): $\lim_{x \to 0} (-\ln ( \sqrt[x]{x!} )) = \gamma$
Sep
15
comment Arc-Gamma Function.
Thankyou very much :)
Sep
15
accepted Arc-Gamma Function.
Sep
15
comment Arc-Gamma Function.
@YuvalFilmus Okay, so there is no like known integral or anything, it's all just iterating guesses until you get the number of decimal places you need.
Sep
15
comment Arc-Gamma Function.
Thankyou for your very kind answer :D Okay, so the answer is that there is CURRENTLY no easily-expressible inverse-gamma function?
Sep
15
comment Arc-Gamma Function.
@YuvalFilmus but how do I evaluate it?
Sep
15
asked Arc-Gamma Function.
Sep
12
comment Surface area of revolution; $y=0.25x^3$, $0\le x\le 2$, revolved around $x$-axis
Good plan. But still wrong /: for both your answer + pir^2 on the ends and my answer plus pir^2 on ends. I think the prof is just wrong
Sep
12
comment Surface area of revolution; $y=0.25x^3$, $0\le x\le 2$, revolved around $x$-axis
Ohhhh!!!!!! I wonder
Sep
12
comment Surface area of revolution; $y=0.25x^3$, $0\le x\le 2$, revolved around $x$-axis
I'll ask tomorrow if there was a typo on the sheet maybe? I don't know
Sep
12
comment Surface area of revolution; $y=0.25x^3$, $0\le x\le 2$, revolved around $x$-axis
I am 100% sure that's how the problem was worded. I have it infront of me
Sep
11
comment Surface area of revolution; $y=0.25x^3$, $0\le x\le 2$, revolved around $x$-axis
This is what I originally got and he said it was wrong too! I did this because I was just taking the perimeter of the discs and adding them and I got 2 Pi. So then I tried it using the surface area formula with sqrt for tangent
Sep
11
asked Surface area of revolution; $y=0.25x^3$, $0\le x\le 2$, revolved around $x$-axis
Jul
23
comment How hard should a mathematician work?
On the other hand this is a new user who has 7 reputation (you start with 10) and you people have down voted him twice... The comment is beneficial for learning, the down-votes at this stage in his/her account is just discouraging. +1
Jul
17
comment Two children paradox : where is my reasoning wrong?
Ahh well the main problem here is that it's not just GG, GB, BG, BB ... if order matter like the difference between GB & BG then you also have to have the difference between the girls... girl_1 then girl_2 or girl_2 then girl_1, so your real data set is: gg, gg, gb, bg, bb, bb — Which still equates to 50% chance it's a boy, not 66.666%
Jul
16
comment Two children paradox : where is my reasoning wrong?
I don't understand.. wasn't the whole point of the original 4 possibilities GG, GB, BG, BB already sorted by youngest and oldest? Otherwise what is the real difference between GB and BG?