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Skybet*gb

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new Posted: 11:09AM May 26, 2013

Hi, Just wondered if anyone can solve this?



Thanks


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Smithy*en

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new Posted: 03:10AM Jun 2, 2013

For the integral I got xln7x - x + c

Evaluating across that range gives 3.448.


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tsimkinAus

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new Posted: 06:19PM Jun 3, 2013

You can use WolframAlpha for the rest of your math homework. Here is this one solved for you:
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Smithy*en

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new Posted: 03:52PM Jun 4, 2013

Good to know my integration skills weren't too rusty!

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Skybet*gb

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new Posted: 06:33AM Jul 10, 2013

Thanks guys!

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jaycr*us

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new Posted: 07:30PM Jul 16, 2013

Who can help me use the inner product

=∫ f(t)g(t)e^(-t^2) dt on [-∞, ∞]
""=∫ f(t)g(t)e^(-t^2) dt on [-∞, ∞]


to to compute the first 5 monic Hermite polynomials...?

wolfram showed me how to compute the hermite polynomials but not the monic ones.

Thanks

NM it's not copying correctly


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