[R] Optimization problem
ruipbarradas at sapo.pt
Wed Apr 10 23:01:45 CEST 2013
Your thoght is mathematically right but numerically wrong. The result
given by optimize is so close to the real minimum that numerical
accuracy comes in and it becomes indistinguishable from the value you're
You get the minimum up to a certain accuracy, not more.
Hope this helps,
Em 10-04-2013 19:33, nntx escreveu:
> Thank you professor. I think the minimum value of x^2 between -1 and 1 should
> be x=0, y=0. but the result is not that. I am thinking is any wrong with my
> Thanks for helping me out!
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