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real slog developed at a fixed point
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andydude Wrote:@Henryk

Did you forget a binomial coefficient somewhere? More specifically:

Quote:Now we know that

Andrew Robbins

Yes, you are right. I will correct it in my post. However I think the coefficients are still ok (because I computed them by other means.)
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RE: real slog developed at a fixed point - by bo198214 - 04/06/2009, 10:10 PM

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