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If you don't think so, you would exclude yourself from the question, because you would be a bright counerexmaple." ##math, Navar12,1351924912.26, The concentration C of a medication in a bloodstream t hours after being administered is modeled by the function -0.002x^4 0.039t^3 - 0.285t^2 0.766t 0.085 ;; (a) after how many hours will the concentration be highest? y = exp(a*x) and y = exp(b*x) are both expomental functions, but they increase with different rate.Any normal computer would take up to weeks for the same results. R.png" ##math, Galois,1365519667.3," Suppose that a kite string forms a 45 degree angle with the ground when 740cm of string are out. " ##math, God Did It,1359961493.2, smithw: you can define the square root on anything that has multiplication.##math, Debby,1359939439.78, Something like: Step one. Whether the square root of individual elements exist and/or are unique is what varies with structure ##math, Guest428,1352860137.06, Let G be a simply connected domain, z_0 a point in G, f a function holomorphic around z_0.just continious continuation or complex differentiation up to that point along the path).Can we conclude that f possesses an analytic continuation to G? I am trying to find out some properties of kernel inner products in a RKHS. If k: X \times X \to R is k(x,y) = \sum _^\infty \phi_i(x) \phi_j(y), shouldn't \int_X \phi_i(x) \phi_j(x)dx = {1 if j=i, 0 if j \ne i?

" ##math, Holo,1355587550.01, Is there a function f(z) holomorphic on all of C so that f(n) = n! At first I was thinking no, and was considering f(z) / gamma(z 1), but now I think this was the wrong direction to go, and that such a function might even exist. " ##math, Holomorphism1,1360830970.15," Anyone familiar with MATLAB? f = exp(- (Rx)^T C (Rx) ), is this more general or is this a waste ? in uni i only did numerical integration in 1d, not sure if these methods work the same in 2d...