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Okay, that's upsetting

But my textbook is written by Michael

Why not?

Emil is Michael's father

See! Artin works at MIT

I did

Can you find Shivam's posts that contains the string Artin"?

What's IAS?

How do I start working on that integration?

Okay...

What's next?

Dioes the recurrence problem you gave me come from the integral?

What is the analytical answer?

How did you check the value of a[20] here?

bobbym wrote:In numerical work you either know the answer or you do not. You can answer that question for yourself.

Anything further to discuss on NA?

How do I chek the value of a_20?

bobbym wrote:

Works well on book problems.

What are book problems?

What is the inspiration behind the characterisitc polynomial?

That's interesting.

What is a characteristic polynomial?

Let's discuss them

bobbym wrote:

In numerical work you either know the answer or you do not. You can answer that question for yourself.

Anything further to discuss on NA?

How do I chek the value of a_20?

Do you use python?

Is 0.005317989376992687 better?

Are you asking a program that has the following input and output?

Input: A set S, a natural r

Output: All possible subsets of S containing exactly r elements

The classic off-by one error

It does not match with your answer