By using complex math module And you can put this question on google
I googled it but I could not find solution
what is complex math module?
A math module
Is there an example?
Just put this question and open first or second website You can see examples on google
thank you for your help
yes I wanted to solve it without delta command and automatically.
😁😁automatically means usng built in procedures or commans
google quadratic solvers and you'd find one 🤔, here's something that will interest you: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/17009774/quadratic-program-qp-solver-that-only-depends-on-numpy-scipy
🙏🙏🙏🌺🌺🌺 thanks a lot infact it is a Quadratic matrix form y^TQy but as I do not know how to solve these types of inequalities I am probing for second order polynomial
yes it wasnt the main problem is a quadratic form with two variables as these variables are free I am trying to find out this please consider the arbitrary column vector y=np.array([[?],[?]]) , and this matrix P=np.array([[12137.5, 26.381], [26.381,11438.7]]) (I began with vector y=np.array([[0.1],[0.2]]) as an initial guess) I need to unederstand for which vectors "y" This inequality is valid np.transpose(y)*P*y -8.918847<0.000731 What I have down was that I began with an initial guess y=np.array([[0.1],[0.2]] and randomly I changed y but I could not find suitable y
as I know it just solve one variable inequalities infact my problem is in terms of two variables
Im confused how can I solved it 😔😔
Aha sorry for not explaining y is a 2*1 vector with unknown or free components (e.g. y_1 and y_2)
If u don't Want to spent time trying to understand how libraries works, just do a for loop in range (0, 1000000000) and inside of it generate a random y, and see when your inequality is ok. Its like a Montecarlo optimization, is not ok in term of computation, but iy could works.
thank u so much I do not know how can I relate randome y to index of the loop
hmm, i just reduced that and it solves down to (y_1)²*(12137.5 + 26.381) + (y_2)²*(26.381 + 11438.7) < (8.918847 +0.00731) this is just an equation of a circle 🤔 ax^2 + by^2 < c the inequality represents all points inside circle
there would be a term based on y_1*y_2 : 12137.5y_1^2+2(26.381)y_1y_2+11438.7y_2^2
well you have dropped the second term. There can I state the problem?
ok thnx a lot for your help I joined
yes it is
to push a button on it with Right Click of the mouse. I've seen something on Google but I didn't find. How can I do that?
script that helps me with be up to date with my school's important information, i would like to receive some feedback so can i share with you the github repository's link?