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  • Jomo
    Jomo reacted to MarkFL's post in the thread Series with Like Like.
    I would probably choose to express the recursion in homogeneous form: 2a_{n+2}-3a_{n+1}+a_{n}=0 Then it's easy to see that the...
  • MarkFL
    MarkFL reacted to Jomo's post in the thread Series with Like Like.
    Mark, don't worry as things are always weird looking for Denise. I myself prefer to think that an+1= (an+1)/2
  • MarkFL
    MarkFL replied to the thread Series.
    I would probably choose to express the recursion in homogeneous form: 2a_{n+2}-3a_{n+1}+a_{n}=0 Then it's easy to see that the...
  • Jomo
    Jomo reacted to MarkFL's post in the thread Distance between two points with Wow Wow.
    Hint: This is a bit of a trick question...consider the poles moving closer and closer to each other. :)
  • Jomo
    Jomo reacted to MarkFL's post in the thread Distance between two points with Wow Wow.
    Yes, if the cable is 80 m long, and goes down 40 m and then back up 40 m, then the poles must be at the same location, or 0 m apart.
  • Jomo
    Jomo replied to the thread Distance between two points.
    I am impressed (OK shocked) that you know what a Catenary is.
  • Jomo
    Jomo reacted to Denis's post in the thread Distance between two points with Like Like.
    Well, hello to you too! Are you asking what the shape of the cable is? If so, go here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catenary
  • Jomo
    Jomo replied to the thread Series.
    Mark, don't worry as things are always weird looking for Denise. I myself prefer to think that an+1= (an+1)/2
  • MarkFL
    MarkFL reacted to Denis's post in the thread Series with Haha Haha.
    Gets kinda weird using Mark's formula: 65, 33, 17 ,9 ,5 ,3 ,2 , 3/2, 5/4, 9/8, 17/16, ....
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    Denis replied to the thread Series.
    Gets kinda weird using Mark's formula: 65, 33, 17 ,9 ,5 ,3 ,2 , 3/2, 5/4, 9/8, 17/16, ....
  • Jomo
    Jomo reacted to pka's post in the thread Stat help! with Like Like.
    This a comment. I have no doubt that the problem means that we are to take the predictions as independent with probability 0.48...
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    GetReal replied to the thread Modulus theory.
    Using (a), since d|3 then we can see that the only divisors of n+1 and n^2+2 are multiples of 3. But because n is a multiple of 3, n+1...
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    Hi guys, sometimes I find it hard to go to aspect of "superposition" of something , I mean for example v1+v2+v3+v4 which they are...
  • Jomo
    Jomo reacted to Otis's post in the thread quadratic formula problem with Like Like.
    4 × 12 = 48, not 36. 😎
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    Ryan$ replied to the thread Sin/Cos periodic 2*pi.
    thanks alot!!!!
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