On 9/3/2006 11:21:01 AM, Rybczyk wrote:
>To all,
>
>After all of this, I found the
>following at the end of the
>book. (See attachment)
>
>
>To jmG,
>
>What is the procedure you use
>to post formulas directly to
>the board?
>
>Joseph A. Rybczyk
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The procedure is few seconds work:
1. capture the equation
2. reduce colors
3. store in *.gif file
4. attach the file
To have it displayed, it follows a universal set of commands, on a new line type
img src=/upload/Unknown189.gif
that will display the corresponding image
but you need two more keystrokes
< in the front of img src ....
and a closing > after terminating .gif
This type of command will attach *.bmp, *.jpg, *.tif, *.png ... ?
asin is the inverse of sin in the sense of reflection but asin has its own set of approximation found in Abramowitz "Inverse Circular functions"
What you are doing is 1/sin(x) and asin(x) ,i.e: two different animals .
Visit Wolfram.
jmG
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