2004-02-12, 11:51 | #1 |
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Failure Functioins
This topic is mainly about predictabality e.g. supposing
we were to define a composite number as a "failure".We are now going to find out the failure functions pertaining to polynomials. Let f(x) be a polynomial in x (belonging to N) . I will take a specific polynomial: 2x^2 + 3x +6. When x=1, f(x)=11.Then the relevant failure function is x= 1 + 11k where k belongs to N. In other words x satisfying the f.f. will be such that f(x) is exactly divisible by 11. For greater details visit my site: www.crorepatibaniye.com\failurefunctions Thanking u for your patience A.K. Devaraj |
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