Why can't I differentiate this nomal/Guassian distrubution?
January 17, 2014 7:50 AM Subscribe
Have a look here
. I'm assured that differentiating 1, with respect to x
, gets you 2. Now 2 is - I think, and correct me if I'm wrong - equivalent to 3. The problem is I can't see how 3 is the result of differentiating 1. What's more, an online solver produces something (that looks) very different
. Can someone help me out?
posted by ed\26h to Science & Nature (9 answers total)