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2018-04-26 02:51:16 +0100 | commented answer | Generating a random vector with elements in specified range @Emmanuel Charpentier: I really need it to be a closed interval though. This is the beginning of a function for a Monte Carlo simulation. I need to know when the input (which is a probability) is less than one. |

2018-04-25 20:53:28 +0100 | asked a question | Generating a random vector with elements in specified range I would like to generate a random vector in which its elements are between 0 and 1 (including 0 and 1). As far as I know,
I am trying to build a function with a probability input, and then compare the probability to each of the elements separately in the random vector. |

2018-02-01 19:28:09 +0100 | commented question | What does r signify in this output? @dan_fulea Yeah, I realize |

2018-02-01 19:02:18 +0100 | asked a question | What does r signify in this output? It appears after lam == |

2018-02-01 03:32:07 +0100 | commented question | Help with defining constraints in Lagrangian @dan_fulea, No we do not. I wasn't sure. |

2018-01-31 23:26:36 +0100 | asked a question | Help with defining constraints in Lagrangian I am trying to maximize the function P, with constraints of x >= 75,000 and y >= 200,000. However, I do not think I am defining them correctly. I attempt to define them as arguments of the solve() function. |

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