Hey everyone
First of all I'd like to thank everyone, especially IG for helping me with MATH1151 last sem.
I am doing MATH1251 this semester, and I have an inaugural question lol:
Yeah, figured the second part of the question is pretty obvious. If or lie on the unit circle then or =1 and RHS of the equation derived =0 and so the statement is true.
Yeah, figured the second part of the question is pretty obvious. If or lie on the unit circle then or =1 and RHS of the equation derived =0 and so the statement is true.
Got another one, though:
Thanks, yeah I was applying the same approach with repeated IBP but trying to reduce (1-x) to the power of 0
Wow thanks! The BoS link that you provided also has lots of other cool mathematical statements. I'll check those out too
(Bayes' Billiard Ball argument mentioned here: http://community.boredofstudies.org...ng-mathematical-statements-5.html#post7091302 .)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beta_function ).
The gamma function page is here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gamma_function .
That thread is for ALL 1231/1241 and 1251 subs. This one's exclusively for 1251 hahaYou know I made a thread for this stuff already
trig substitution, think it was x=tan, for this case atleastThat thread is for ALL 1231/1241 and 1251 subs. This one's exclusively for 1251 haha
However, seriously, if you want to post your questions here you're more than welcome. I prefer one thread per subject because there are various topics that are different between MATH1231/41/51.
Also, I know this may make me seem like a noob, but how would you do this one? I am surprised myself I can't do this...
.trig substitution, think it was x=4tan, for this case atleast
yeah mb its been 2 years since ive done this :<
Yeah thanks, figured it out.trig substitution, think it was x=tan, for this case atleast
A very small amount. They did complex numbers before probability and stats and we have that reversed. We also have a head start in calculusThat thread is for ALL 1231/1241 and 1251 subs. This one's exclusively for 1251 haha
However, seriously, if you want to post your questions here you're more than welcome. I prefer one thread per subject because there are various topics that are different between MATH1231/41/51.
Also, I know this may make me seem like a noob, but how would you do this one? I am surprised myself I can't do this...
yeah mb its been 2 years since ive done this :<
Yeah both methods work out very nicely. With the first one, you end up with which gives while with the other approach you end up with which gives
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Not everything is supported on the codebase used by BOS, you should be an intelligent human being and learning how to improvise.Laaaaaaaaaaaaaame