- Niyar Prabhat Kalita
- 18 Apr 2024 1:22pm UTC
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**Introduce Yourself** 1) For the case of shrinking steps, we have, step length ~ (lambda)^n with (lambda less than 1). Sor, for negative value of n, step length should approach infinity always, but in the plots shown in the video, P as a function of lambda goes to 0 as n tends to negative infinity. What is the reason behind that?

2) How, for the case d=0, the expression of rho becomes ln(t)?

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