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assume(x>0); additionally(x,integer); Beta 2 release - webmasterpdx - 01-11-2018 05:27 AM
I was doing the assumptions above, and it says when I type about(x)... [[0 infinity] 0] Is this saying that it is including x? x>0 should be saying 1 or greater, not equal to 0. I tried additionally(x != 0) (I used the not equal symbol) and it wouldn't accept it as an argument. ideas? Thx -Donald RE: assume(x>0); additionally(x,integer); Beta 2 release - Arno K - 01-11-2018 06:45 PM
Try it the other way round, first assume(x,integer), then additionally(x>0). Now about(x) provides: [DOM_INT [[0 infinty]] [0]]. Arno RE: assume(x>0); additionally(x,integer); Beta 2 release - webmasterpdx - 01-12-2018 02:46 AM
But isn't that still allowing x to be equal to zero? That seems to be x>=0, not x>0.... RE: assume(x>0); additionally(x,integer); Beta 2 release - Carlos295pz - 01-12-2018 03:18 AM
(01-12-2018 02:46 AM)webmasterpdx Wrote: But isn't that still allowing x to be equal to zero? [DOM_INT [[0 infinty]] [0]] (2) [[0 infinty]] --> Hypothesis interval matrix (3) [0] --> List of interval exclusions 0 is being excluded, does not participate. RE: assume(x>0); additionally(x,integer); Beta 2 release - webmasterpdx - 01-15-2018 11:21 AM
(01-12-2018 03:18 AM)Carlos295pz Wrote:(01-12-2018 02:46 AM)webmasterpdx Wrote: But isn't that still allowing x to be equal to zero? I see, so is this described in any documentation? I mean about the Hypothesis interval matrix and list of interval exclusions? i.e. How did you know this? :-) |