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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 + pi*r^2 on the ends and my answer plus pi*r^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?
Jul
16
revised Puzzle about technique of fair using of unfair coin
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answered Puzzle about technique of fair using of unfair coin
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answered Puzzle about technique of fair using of unfair coin
Jul
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comment Interview riddle
@Denis Hahahah! I did the same thing! Go OEIS :)