Hello

The following function is homogenous of what degree?

f(x1,x2) : Integration of e^-{w^2/(x1^2+x2^2)} dw with limits from 0 to [x1^2+x2^2]^0.5

really lost in how to integrate this function and then find the required answer.

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- May 10th 2009, 04:02 AMchamprockHomogenous function
Hello

The following function is homogenous of what degree?

f(x1,x2) : Integration of e^-{w^2/(x1^2+x2^2)} dw with limits from 0 to [x1^2+x2^2]^0.5

really lost in how to integrate this function and then find the required answer. - May 10th 2009, 05:18 AMJester
- May 10th 2009, 06:00 AMchamprock
can u please tell me what is the answer? I am getting "Homogeneous of degree 1". is that correct?

thanks - May 10th 2009, 06:44 AMHallsofIvy
danny arrigo

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A function is homogeneous of degree n if , which in your case, because of the expontential, is**zero**.

- May 10th 2009, 07:55 AMJester
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