sin(b)*sin(a+(1/2)*b) = sin(a)*sin((1/2)*a+b)=sin(b+a)*cos((a-b)*(1/2)) > "M.A.Fajjal" <h2maf (a)yahoo.com> writes: How many exact possible solution for sin(b)*sin(a+(1/2)*b) = sin(a)*sin((1/2)*a+b)=sin(b+a)*cos((a-b)*(1/2)) The solutions are not important. But the number of solutions How to confirm this number Infinitely many, of course,...
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math symbols in unicode (grouped by purpose) some collection of math symbols in unicode. â¢ Math Symbols in Unicode http://xahlee.org/comp/unicode_math_operators.html â¢ Arrows in Unicode http://xahlee.org/comp/unicode_arrows.html â¢ Matching Brackets in Unicode http://xahlee.org/comp/unicode_matching_brackets.html these are grouped by the... 13 Aug 2010 17:58
sin(b)*sin(a+(1/2)*b) = sin(a)*sin((1/2)*a+b)=sin(b+a)*cos((a-b)*(1/2)) "M.A.Fajjal" <h2maf (a)yahoo.com> writes: How many exact possible solution for sin(b)*sin(a+(1/2)*b) = sin(a)*sin((1/2)*a+b)=sin(b+a)*cos((a-b)*(1/2)) The solutions are not important. But the number of solutions How to confirm this number
Infinitely many, of course, since (a=0,b=0) is a soluti...
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Euler bricks {a,b,c} and Euler quadruples {a,b,c,d} Hello all, I. The "Euler brick" is well-known. These are triples (a,b,c) such that, a^2+b^2 = x^2 a^2+c^2 = y^2 b^2+c^2 = z^2 all in positive integers. II. Euler also considered quadruples (a,b,c,d) such that, a^2+b^2+c^2 = x^2 a^2+b^2+d^2 = y^2 a^2+c^2+d^2 = z^2 b^2+c^2+d^2 = t^2 Interestingly,... 13 Aug 2010 16:52
proof of Goldbach has to use 10^500 #801 Correcting Math Archimedes Plutonium wrote: Even geniuses slip. If I had it to do over again, looking at Goldbach, I should first have wondered whether there are counterexamples in Infinite Integers such as p-adics or AP-adics. There most certainly are counterexamples. A few counterexamples are these: (a) ....... 13 Aug 2010 15:46
Prime Number Distribution mapped exactly by their running Sum. Greetings . See the graphic proofs that show how Primes are distributed using the first 1300 million primes sums that are graphed to show the order found. The WEB site for the paper "Primes3d.htm" <A HREF=" http://mister-computer.net/index.htm">WEB Site"</A> -- Regards from RD O'Meara ... 13 Aug 2010 16:52
proof of Goldbach has to use 10^500 #800 Correcting Math Even geniuses slip. If I had it to do over again, looking at Goldbach, I should first have wondered whether there are counterexamples in Infinite Integers such as p-adics or AP-adics. There most certainly are counterexamples. A few counterexamples are these: (a) ....191817161514131211109876543210 (b) ....888833... 13 Aug 2010 15:46
Linear program with higher order non-linear constaints??? Hi, I am not sure whether I have posted the question on the right place or not as I was unable to find the optimization forum. I want to solve a linear objective function, with some linear constraints and one higher order non-linear (not quadratic, it Lp-norm) constraint. I know that Lp-norm constraint can be ... 13 Aug 2010 15:46
statistical tests for random number generators This thread is intended for discussion of statistical tests for random number generators and software packages that include such tests. Specifically, the software packages that I'm aware of: TestU01, by Richard Simard and Pierre L'Ecuyer http://www.iro.umontreal.ca/~simardr/testu01/tu01.html RaBiGeTe, by Cri... 13 Aug 2010 16:52
EINSTEINIANS AS MARAUDERS In article <09fab44c-e9f3-48e7-abfe-3d8d7a31911c (a)t26g2000prt.googlegroups.com>,
Arindam Banerjee <banerjeeadda1234(a)gmail.com> wrote: On Jun 12, 2:55�pm, Pollux <po....(a)gmail.com> wrote: (6/11/10 2:56 AM), Arindam Banerjee wrote:> Which means, e=mcc is totally ballocks, and thus energy is NOT formed
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sin(b)*sin(a+(1/2)*b) =sin(a)*sin((1/2)*a+b)=sin(b+a)*cos((a-b)*(1/2)) How many exact possible solution for sin(b)*sin(a+(1/2)*b) = sin(a)*sin((1/2)*a+b)=sin(b+a)*cos((a-b)*(1/2)) The solutions are not important. But the number of solutions How to confirm this number ... 13 Aug 2010 12:30
abramowitz book, is it still relevant to today's needs? I checked the last printing of Abramowitz and Stegun's handbook of mathematical functions, with formulas, graphs and mathematical table; the last printing, the 10th precisely, was in 1972. Is the handbook still relevant or can i get something better for mathematical formulas, graphs and tables? xnt -- h... 13 Aug 2010 12:30
can anyone help me with an alternative location I wanted to download this book for reading from the rapidshare site: the history of mathematics, from mesopotamia modernity by Hodgkin but was unable. this is the link: http://rapidshare.com/files/29477119/history.of.mathematics- from.mesopotamia.to.modernity-0198529376.rar I think there is something i am mi... 13 Aug 2010 12:30
uniform convergence - on compacta Suppose f is continuous and vanishes at infinity. Suppose you know that |(g_k)f - f| --> 0 in the SUP norm for k going to infinity (g_k are infinitely differentiable compactly supported functions with support on the ball of radius K centered in the origin and such that g_k(x)=1 if x belongs to the the previousl... 13 Aug 2010 11:24 |