Question

Support Vector Machines ( SVM) . The Mercer kernel used to solve the XOR problem is given by k(xi, xj) = (1 + xi Txj) p . What is the smallest positive integer p for which the XOR problem is solved? Show the kernel and XOR Problem solution using SVM.

Answer #1

1. Solve the given initial value problem. dy/dt = (t^3 +
t)/(y^2); y(0) = 2 .
2. We know from Newton’s Law of Cooling that the rate at which a
cold soda warms up is proportional to the difference between the
ambient temperature of the room and the temperature of the drink.
The differential equation corresponding to this situation is given
by y' = k(M − y) where k is a positive constant. The solution to
this equation is given...

Use the empirical rule to solve the problem.
At one college, GPA's are normally distributed with a mean of
2.9 and a standard deviation of 0.6. What percentage of students at
the college have a GPA between 2.3 and 3.5? Please explain
your answer, how you got the answer, formula. You can use excel to
calculate but please show how to do it. Thanks
I found someone solved this below but I do not
understand where 0.1587 came from.
P...

The Gompertz growth equation is often used to model the growth
of tumors. let M(t) be the mass of a tumor at time t>0. the
relevant initial value problem is;
dM/dt=-rMln(M/K),M(0)=m*subscript 0, where r and k are positive
constants and 0<m*subscript0<K. solve the initial value
problem and graph the solution for r=1 and k=4, and M*subscript0=1.
Describe the growth pattern of the tumor. Is the growth unbounded?
if not, what is the limiting size of the tumor?

Solve the given initial-value problem. (x + 2) dy dx + y =
ln(x), y(1) = 10 y(x) =
Give the largest interval I over which the solution is defined.
(Enter your answer using interval notation.)
I =

We are given the following CSP problem.
The variables and domains are as follows.
A: {4, 5, 6, 7, 8}
B: {10, 20, 30, 40}
C: {2, 3, 4}
D: {28, 43, 56, 77, 94, 114}
The constraints are:
A + C is odd.
A + D is a square of an integer.
B + D < 60.
Solve this problem using the following heuristics and
algorithms.
• Use backtracking search.
• For variable ordering, use MRV. If there are...

1) Solve the given differential equation by finding, as in
Example 4 of Section 2.4, an appropriate integrating factor.
(14 − 20y +
e−5x)
dx − 4 dy = 0
2) Solve the given initial-value problem.
x dy/ dx + y = 2x + 1, y(1) = 9
y(x) =
Give the largest interval I over which the solution is
defined. (Enter your answer using interval notation.)
I =
please show steps

Your objective in Problem 2 is to employ Euler's Method to
determine what goes wrong when the interval is [ 0, 1 ]. To this
end, I want you to create another new
script, EulerMethod3, which is intended to approximate the
"solution" to the IVP given below.
dy/dx =
(1/9)*(y^10) where. y(0)
=
1. over
the interval. [ 0, 1 ]
I was given the code below for a different question, but
I don't know how to modify it to solve this...

1. Solve the optimization problem.
If the price charged for a candy bar is p(x) cents, then x thousand
candy bars will be sold in a certain city, where p(x) = 106 -
(x-28). How many candy bars must be sold to maximize revenue?
Recall: Revenue = price x quantity
Which one is correct?
A. 2968 candy bars
B. 1484 thousand candy bars
C. 2968 thousand candy bars
D. 1484 candy bars
2. Use Newton's Method to find the third...

Problem 19.34.
Peeta bakes between 1 and 2n loaves of bread to sell every day.
Each day he rolls
a fair, n-sided die to get a number from 1 to n, then
flips a fair coin. If the coin is
heads, he bakes m loaves of bread , where m is
the number on the die that day, and
if the coin is tails, he bakes 2m loaves.
(a) For any positive integer k <= 2n, what
is the probability...

(Based on #6, p. 26, which comes from the Rhind Mathematical
Papyrus, Problem 24)
Solve the following by the method of false position: A quantity and
its 1/7 together become 190.
What is the quantity? (Be sure to demonstrate exactly how you
are using the method of false position in your answer!)

ADVERTISEMENT

Get Answers For Free

Most questions answered within 1 hours.

ADVERTISEMENT

asked 42 minutes ago

asked 43 minutes ago

asked 49 minutes ago

asked 51 minutes ago

asked 53 minutes ago

asked 1 hour ago

asked 1 hour ago

asked 2 hours ago

asked 2 hours ago

asked 2 hours ago

asked 2 hours ago

asked 2 hours ago