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  • ...onvolution integral_(ECE301Summer2008asan)|CT LTI systems: The convolution integral]]
    7 KB (921 words) - 06:08, 21 October 2011
  • The function is not time invariant because the integral will evaluate from negative infinity to twice the current time. This will
    3 KB (534 words) - 11:16, 30 January 2011
  • I used the integral y(t) = <math>\int_{-\infty}^\infty h(\tau)x(t-\tau)\,d\tau</math> for simpl
    1 KB (301 words) - 07:10, 5 January 2009
  • We start with part B by noticing that the integral of the delta function is a step function. So the energy over an infinite interval is just the integral of the step function <math>u(t + 2) - u(t - 2)</math>
    1 KB (221 words) - 10:59, 21 November 2008
  • The integral of the magnitude squared will always be positive for an odd signal.
    4 KB (777 words) - 11:49, 21 November 2008
  • ..., or 'sift' out, hence the name, a particular value of the function in the integral at an exact instant in time. : Doesn't the function do that by itself outside of the integral anyways?
    2 KB (322 words) - 17:27, 23 April 2013
  • :: Fourier Transform is for all signal. It represents signals as an integral of complex exponentials.
    1 KB (186 words) - 17:25, 23 April 2013
  • ...m and therefore it is a variable and not a constant. So when you write the integral it is of the form <math> \int{x e^x}dx </math> and not <math> \int{c e^x}dx ...}{2} </math> it would be division by zero. I also don't understand why the integral for the inverse transform is taken of <math> -\pi\ </math> to <math> \pi\ <
    4 KB (688 words) - 12:34, 11 December 2008
  • ...as infinite number of infinitesimally close frequency components using the integral.
    3 KB (431 words) - 17:29, 23 April 2013
  • ...rite theorem if Green's Theorem. Which is the integral of Mdx+Ndy dA= the integral of M/dy - N/dx dA--[[User:Lmiddlet|Lmiddlet]] 21:15, 21 January 2009 (UTC)
    202 B (32 words) - 16:09, 28 January 2009
  • ===Integral===
    1 KB (169 words) - 21:29, 12 February 2009
  • ===Integral and derivative=== <math>\int{(sin{(x))}} dx=-cos{(x)}</math> is the integral and <math>\frac{d}{dx}(sin(x))=cos(x).</math> is the derivative
    453 B (79 words) - 11:02, 16 February 2009
  • ...he x for fy(y)...BUT integrating out the y is horrible. i know its a uv - integral of vdu...but the original expression stays...so i subtracted it over to the
    762 B (142 words) - 11:53, 1 April 2009
  • ...he right track, but to put it more succinctly you can observe that Z is an integral domain, meaning if an element isn't a unity then it is a nonzero element.<b
    617 B (111 words) - 22:41, 10 March 2009
  • Prove that there is no integral domain with exactly six elements ...clusion I drew from this was that a ring with exactly n elements is not an integral domain if n can be expressed as the product of distinct primes.<br>
    5 KB (834 words) - 12:23, 30 January 2011
  • ...ned in another ring has the same multiplication, addition, and zero, a non-integral domain cannot be contained in a field.<br>
    415 B (67 words) - 16:20, 25 March 2009
  • Because integration is a linear operation you can split the integral into two parts, i.e.<br />
    2 KB (292 words) - 06:18, 2 April 2009
  • Fields and an finite integral domains are one and the same. (THM 13.2) ...mains are commutative rings with unity and no zero-divisors (Definition of integral domain)
    3 KB (502 words) - 23:35, 1 April 2009
  • ...math> and <math>X(\omega+\theta)</math>, but that only got me as far as an integral in one variable, and a couple infinite sums in two other variables... --[[
    521 B (91 words) - 19:43, 19 April 2009
  • Differential and integral forms of these given below ! [[Integral|Integral form]]
    4 KB (505 words) - 09:57, 31 July 2009
  • ...e the process of this demonstration due to the limited environment to draw integral. That integral calculation might be tough one, but it would not be a big deal.
    1 KB (248 words) - 21:14, 4 October 2008
  • ...Then to find the PDF of the whole chord, i just used the formula with the integral and used the parameters of D for the limits and fx(x) as 2 times the L.
    513 B (104 words) - 13:45, 6 October 2008
  • ...2*sqrt(r^2-D^2). Next i said Fsub(X)(x)= L= 2*sqrt(r^2-D^2) and take its integral from 0 to 2r. This is just a thought dont know if its correct.
    382 B (79 words) - 18:08, 6 October 2008
  • because we are doing an integral of x, and the probability that x < y or x > 1 is 0, the limits of integrati
    1 KB (228 words) - 13:23, 22 November 2011
  • In other words, remember that the integral over all Y for every PDF must equal 1. So, since you know that Y must now b
    701 B (129 words) - 18:03, 15 October 2008
  • ** Okie, E[y] = the integral from -inf to +inf of (v*f(v) dv)
    306 B (55 words) - 17:19, 16 October 2008
  • ...be a possibility a corresponding x-coordinate is NOT in the triangle, the integral becomes:<br />
    1,016 B (166 words) - 13:27, 22 November 2011
  • take the integral from an integer k-1 to k of the function lambda*X*e^(-lambda*X) and that is
    213 B (45 words) - 06:37, 17 October 2008
  • P[H1] = integral from 0 to 1 of P(H1|Q=q)fQ(q)dq = integral from 0 to 1 of q(2q)dq
    194 B (46 words) - 09:55, 20 October 2008
  • P[H1] = Integral from 0 to 1 q(2q)dq P(H2 n H1) = Integral from 0 to 1 q^2(2q)dq
    204 B (46 words) - 12:59, 20 October 2008
  • Fu(U) = P[U<= u) = integral from -inf to +inf of 1 du = u
    120 B (29 words) - 16:51, 20 October 2008
  • *i.e. the first integral will look something like this: <math> f_z(z)= \int \limits_{0}^{\infty} \la
    2 KB (344 words) - 17:00, 21 October 2008
  • Another integral to convolute is <math> f_z(z)= \int \limits_{z}^{\infty} \lambda e^{-\lambd
    196 B (37 words) - 18:58, 21 October 2008
  • *E[1/x] = integral(<math>\lambda e^{-\lambda x}</math> * (1/x)) dx * this integral is undefined
    182 B (28 words) - 14:48, 10 November 2008
  • I would suggest splitting the double integral up. (Think of a double integral as a nested for loop -- integrating "slowly" over the outside loop and "qui
    1 KB (167 words) - 18:33, 9 December 2008
  • E[x-q(x))^2] = Integral from -inf to inf (x-q(x))^2*fx(x)dx =integral from 0 to 1 (x-q(x))^2dx
    253 B (48 words) - 08:44, 10 December 2008
  • Riemann Sum for the integral
    719 B (133 words) - 10:49, 14 October 2008
  • Evaluate the Integral:
    1 KB (259 words) - 08:19, 1 October 2008
  • Evaluate the integral: Good work. That last integral is easier to look at if you write <math>e^{-x}</math> in place of <math>\fr
    1 KB (260 words) - 07:50, 3 October 2008
  • ...a <math> \frac{t}{p} </math> so I would have a ''dt''. That led me to the integral below. Does it make sense and does anyone know how to integrate the proble I don't know how to use this integral, but I did some manipulation and got this:
    1 KB (270 words) - 09:43, 7 October 2008
  • A(t) = the integral of e^(-x) dx from 0 to t V(t) = the integral of Pi*[e^(-x)]^2 dx from 0 to t
    1 KB (245 words) - 18:31, 6 October 2008
  • ...with the limits of integration when you take the derivative of a definite integral?
    645 B (120 words) - 18:05, 6 October 2008
  • ...pi/2 instead of pi/4 because you have to bring out a 2 before you take the integral meaning that you have to multiply the first part of the answer from above b Now in the first integral substitute <math>v=2x</math> Therefore <math>dv=2dx</math> and when x=0, v=
    2 KB (315 words) - 14:23, 8 October 2008
  • <math>\int\frac{6*2du}{1+u^2}</math> an easily-integrated integral. :) [[User:Jhunsber|Jhunsber]]
    794 B (147 words) - 14:30, 8 October 2008
  • ...heir powers are equal), you can use this trick to drastically simplify the integral. It's a case that I don't think we covered in reading or lecture, but it d
    3 KB (584 words) - 10:12, 21 October 2008
  • ...it eventually, but the inverse sin just gets worse and worse. Actually the integral of the inverse sin is just the inverse sin minus some radical. So it just c This looks better... but then I can't figure out how to solve that integral. Anyone? I've tried using the bottom as dv and going back to the inverse si
    2 KB (289 words) - 12:27, 14 October 2008
  • ...es to <math>-\frac{3}{2}</math>, And I use partial fractions on the second integral: I solve for the first integral, leaving:
    1 KB (224 words) - 08:12, 14 October 2008
  • Again we want to estimate the error for this integral on the interval x is between 0 and 1
    3 KB (599 words) - 08:47, 13 November 2008
  • That works wonder if the first part of the integral is x to the third power, but in this case, you end up with an uneliminatabl
    858 B (146 words) - 11:37, 1 November 2008
  • ...ide of the equation the closer we get to <math>\frac{\pi}{4}</math>. This integral can therefore be called the error function.
    10 KB (1,816 words) - 15:32, 8 December 2008

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