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A and B are vectors.
D is del.
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tanvirzawad:
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A and B are vectors.
D is del.
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tanvirzawad:
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A and B are vectors.
D is del.
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prove that,
r^m + r^(m+1) + ... + r^(n1) + r^n = (r^(n+1)r^m)/(r1)
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prove that,
r^m + r^(m+1) + ... + r^(n1) + r^n = (r^(n+1)r^m)/(r1)
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prove that,
r^m + r^(m+1) + ... + r^(n1) + r^n = (r^(n+1)r^m)/(r1)
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x[n]=x[n+r]
Now, if x[n]=A*cos[w*n+B] is Discrete Time periodic signal, then prove that
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x[n]=x[n+r]
Now, if x[n]=A*cos[w*n+B] is Discrete Time periodic signal, then prove that
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Design a simple circuit consisting one voltage source, two switches, wires, and one lamp to demonstrate XOR logic. (how about XNOR, NAND, NO…
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Design a simple circuit consisting one voltage source, two switches, wires, and one lamp to demonstrate XOR logic. (how about XNOR, NAND, NO…
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Design a simple circuit consisting one voltage source, two switches, wires, and one lamp to demonstrate XOR logic. (how about XNOR, NAND, NO…
 updated one year ago
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If x_0 != 0, show SUM n!(x_0)^n (n=0 to inf) diverges.
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If f:R>R is continuous at x=c and lim x_n (n>inf) = c, show lim f(x_n) (n>inf) = f(c)
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x_(n+1)=[(x_n)/2]+1. here x_1=1. Does {x_n} converge? If yes, limit=?
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find lim x_n (n> inf) if it exists. here x_1=3 and x_(n+1)= 1/ (4x_n)
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find lim x_n (n> inf) if it exists. here x_1=3 and x_(n+1)= 1/ (4x_n)
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