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  • Q : Explain Factorisation by trial division

    Factorisation by trial division: The essential idea of factorisation by trial division is straightforward. Let n be a positive integer. We know that n is either prime or has a prime divisor less than or equal to √n. Therefore, if we divide n in

  • Q : Problem on Nash equilibrium In a

    In a project, employee and boss are working altogether. The employee can be sincere or insincere, and the Boss can either reward or penalize. The employee gets no benefit for being sincere but gets utility for being insincere (30), for getting rewarded (10) and for be

  • Q : Formal logic It's a problem set, they

    It's a problem set, they are attached. it's related to Sider's book which is "Logic to philosophy" I attached the book too. I need it on feb22 but feb23 still work

  • Q : Who firstly use the finite-difference

    Who firstly use the finite-difference method?

  • Q : First-order formulas over the

    Consider the unary relational symbols P and L, and the binary relational symbol On, where P(a) and I(a) encode that a is apoint and a (sraight) line in the 2-dimensional space, respectively, while On(a,b) encodes  that a is a point, b is a line, and o lies on b.

  • Q : Problem on Fermats method A public key

    A public key for RSA is published as n = 17947 and a = 3.

    (i) Use Fermat’s method to factor n.

    (ii) Check that this defines a valid system and find the private key X.

    Q : Problem on mixed-strategy equilibrium

    Assume three Offices (A, B, & C) in downtown,  simultaneously decide whether to situate in a new Building. The payoff matrix is illustrated below. What is (are) the pure stratgy Nash equilibrium (or equilibria) and mixed-strtegy equilibrium of the game?

  • Q : Problem on inverse demand curves In

    In differentiated-goods duopoly business, with inverse demand curves:

    P1 = 10 – 5Q1 – 2Q2
    P2 = 10 – 5Q2 – 2Q1

    and per unit costs for each and every firm equal to 1.<

  • Q : The mean of the sampling distribution

    1. Caterer determines that 87% of people who sampled the food thought it was delicious. A random sample of 144 out of population of 5000 taken. The 144 are asked to sample the food. If P-hat is the proportion saying that the food is delicious, what is the mean of the sampling distribution p-hat?<

  • Q : Examples of groups Examples of groups:

    Examples of groups: We now start to survey a wide range of examples of groups (labelled by (A), (B), (C), . . . ). Most of these come from number theory. In all cases, the group axioms should be checked. This is easy for almost all of the examples, an

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