There are only two hard things in computer science: cache invalidation, naming things, and offbyone errors
There are only two hard things in computer science: cache invalidation, naming things, and offbyone errors
Christophe Verré wrote:Fighting over a formula is not going to help Eric. Download the PDF from here and check Exercise 6.7 The simplified form of the formula is already written there.
One way to evaluate e^(x^2) is to use the infinite series expansion
One way to evaluate the Gaussian function (which is the integral of e^(x^2)) is to use the infinite series expansion
It will help, if the book is wrong. Which it is in this case.
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Christophe Verré wrote:
It will help, if the book is wrong. Which it is in this case.
Indeed. My apologies.
Eric A. Nelson wrote:I believe my notation was defective what I meant to say was :
e^(x^2) = 1  2x + [ 3(x^2) /2!]  [4(x^3) /3!] +[5(x^4) /4!]  ......
I apologize . Translating "handwritten" to "keyboard" notation is new to me.
Eric A. Nelson wrote:Thank you to all who helped me with my problem, I was beginning to question my sanity.
I am learning on my own so I don't have access to an instructor so your help was invaluable
Thanks again.
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