There are two kinds of sequences of n IID random...
Those that don’t occur and those that occur with probability2^(-nH(x)). Or alternately, Likely Sequence to Unlikely Sequence: “This town’s not big enough for the both of us.”
New and improved complex analysis illustration →
Same content as the last post—if you have two points in the plane, the set of all points that are x times as far from one point as from the other is a circle. But this time, there are circles around the points that grow and shrink as you move your mouse, tracing out the circle wherever they intersect. I made it with Hoy.
The derivative of area of a circle with respect to...
Is circumference! A=(pi)r^2 dA/dr=2(pi)r Calculus works. I am pleased.