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Re: Statistics: the i'th x in y=f(x)


The correct thing has been printed out by Mathematica.

I think you meant to evaluate Product[1/(1 + Exp[x]), {x, n}]

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Steve Luttrell
West Malvern, UK

"wuzzy" <mypcos at hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> What is the Mathematica notation for the i'th x in y=f(x)
>
> -wuzzy
>
> for instance I'd like to find a simplified algebraic expression for
> Product[1/(1 + e^(x)), {i, n}]
>
> where there are n values of x.
>
> for the above, mathematica just prints out:
> [1/(1+e^(x)]^n
>




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