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Feb
9
comment Can $(\mu_1 - \mu)^2 + (\mu_2 - \mu)^2$ be simplified to remove $\mu?$
If the value of something depends on $\mu$ then so will its square root. Could you explain why you want to remove $\mu$, the context might help us answer your question.
Feb
9
comment Can $(\mu_1 - \mu)^2 + (\mu_2 - \mu)^2$ be simplified to remove $\mu?$
You're pretty much stuck. The value of that expression depends on what $\mu$ is.
Feb
8
comment Geometrical meaning of Tensor
There is more than one way to look at this and without more context I am reluctant to write an answer. The following book is written for Physics majors and might be helpful, amazon.com/Students-Guide-Vectors-Tensors/dp/0521171903/… .
Feb
2
comment Contour Integration: non-convergent integral
I came up with a more elegant and straightforward solution; or rather Parseval did.
Feb
2
answered Contour Integration: non-convergent integral
Feb
2
answered Where does the extra $\omega$ come in velocity of Simple Harmonic Motion?
Feb
2
answered Contour Integration: non-convergent integral
Feb
2
comment what is the unit of the following standardization formula?
Yes this is true. Thank you for the compliment.
Feb
2
answered what is the unit of the following standardization formula?
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Feb
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comment Why does $ab=ba=1$ imply ${a_1}^2 + {a_2}^2 + {a_3}^2 + {a_4}^2 = 1$?
You're welcome :)
Feb
1
answered Why does $ab=ba=1$ imply ${a_1}^2 + {a_2}^2 + {a_3}^2 + {a_4}^2 = 1$?
Jan
30
answered Explanation of this integral
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29
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Jan
29
comment A Taylor Expansion before Taylor
I forget his name, but there was an Indian mathematician that developed several series expansions associated with trigonometric functions before Newton was born. I'm not sure who has precedence, but I always wondered what principles he used to derive them. I look forward to seeing a good answer to your question.
Jan
29
comment Hexadecimal arithmetic on calculator (casio etc.)
Measure theory and number theory are not appropriate tags for this question.
Jan
29
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Innapropriate tags
Jan
29
comment Vertex Form of Parabola - Why does it work?
The answer is kind of in two parts. You can ignore the first half if its too complicated. Let me know if this makes sense, if it doesn't I may take another shot at it tomorrow.
Jan
29
answered Vertex Form of Parabola - Why does it work?