I have this function:

And I was trying to solve for z with the help of an iteration.

I start at

z(0) = 0.748

z(1) = 4.359

z(2) = -0.224

But for example, if I use almost the same function

I can find the solution

Hence my question is what value or method I should use to be able to solve it?]]>

Here is a special challenge with a relatively simple circuit. It's a voltage divider of sorts, but performs an attenuation of the AC input signal.

This is special not only because of the current dependent resistor, but because it challenges the basic theory of how we usually evaluate a transistor circuit when we include the internal resistor value we usually refer to as 're'.

Because of that analogy to a similar transistor circuit, i ask that you analyze this circuit two...

Attenuator With Current Dependent Resistor Challenge]]>

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How to detrmine cheating on the SAT statistically]]>

(A,B is an events.)

my question if A doesn't occur, that means there's a possibility that A satisfy that "specific statement", also there's a possibility A will not satisfy that "specific statement", so we don't have definitely data what's going if A doesn't occur, so we can't claim that if A doesn't occur, then definitely the specific statement satisfied !]]>

Representations in Math]]>

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lets assume I have four continues blocks which every block is size of k, so if I need the total size it's 4k and it's easy !

but what's confusing me, between one block and another there's a bound and it's also taking a size of, so the total size of all the blocks isn't exactly 4k and that what's...

Bounds between blocks !]]>

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Here is a little challenge. The idea is to simply calculate the input impedance looking into Z1.

This is with all the impedances (Z1, Z2, etc.) made into a pure resistance with value equal to the subscript.

So Z1=1 Ohm, Z2=2 Ohms, Z3=3 Ohms, Z4=4 Ohms, Z5=5 Ohms.

Hint:

Zin (which is actually Rin with all resistors) is either equal to 8/15 Ohms or 15/8 Ohms. Or am i wrong?

Warning: This might be more difficult than it looks like at first glance.]]>

then it's equal to say that the condition itself fulfills in other words i<sqrt(n), but why? why it's the same to say that thing if I have changed the prime condition?

may anyone please explain me the logic of equinumerosity in math?]]>

So how do I calculate the distance? I have probably done it a million years ago but it is slipping my mind now,

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1. voltage output of between 2.0 volts and 5.5 volts

Calculating the value of resistors to obtain a range of voltages]]>

Example 1:

I converted two polar quantities into rectangular quantities and added them. Now I can convert that rectangular quantity again into polar quantity. Which gives same magnitude and angle when I draw that resultant vector.

Example 2:

Again I converted two polar quantities into rectangular quantities and added them but it gave false result.

What I concluded that when the angle is acute it gives correct answer. But...

Polar to Rectangular conversion gives false answer]]>

Right now I am using the following values for mu formula:...

NFC: Calculating the coupling coefficient using a specific formula]]>

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After drilling, the measured distance shown is 6 inches; what is the volume of material remaining in the sphere?

Sphere Volume]]>

The software evaluates the following expression and if it is true says that the arc is impossible.

How does this work, please?

4 * R ^ 2 < ((X2 - X1) ^ 2 + (Y2 - Y1) ^ 2)]]>