10/08/2015, 10:43 PM

Thanks for the reply.

I Will Try to finish my homework today but im only at 2% of my potential.

Homework sounds a bit ... Oh well.

Anyway exp( (ln(x)^2) / 2 ln(2) ) is indeed a better estimate.

Why are you so carefull with the exact integral ?

Cant we simply express it with erf or similar special functions ?

I havent investigated it yet, but you seem to hold back or so.

Not sure about the how and why here.

How you computed your limit is a mystery to me.

Something to do with iterating the gaussian method ?

Reminds me of the Tommy-Sheldon iterations.

I Will now take my medication and do my other homework first ( number theory ).

Im not a student though.

There is no PhD in fake function theory yet.

And your not my professor.

But thanks for the post.

Regards

Tommy1729

I Will Try to finish my homework today but im only at 2% of my potential.

Homework sounds a bit ... Oh well.

Anyway exp( (ln(x)^2) / 2 ln(2) ) is indeed a better estimate.

Why are you so carefull with the exact integral ?

Cant we simply express it with erf or similar special functions ?

I havent investigated it yet, but you seem to hold back or so.

Not sure about the how and why here.

How you computed your limit is a mystery to me.

Something to do with iterating the gaussian method ?

Reminds me of the Tommy-Sheldon iterations.

I Will now take my medication and do my other homework first ( number theory ).

Im not a student though.

There is no PhD in fake function theory yet.

And your not my professor.

But thanks for the post.

Regards

Tommy1729