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1) if f(x) is a Gaussian with unit area - show that the scaled and stretched function 1/a * f(x/a) also has unit area - that's the hardest part.

1) if f(x) is a Gaussian with unit area - show that the scaled and stretched function 1/a * f(x/a) also has unit area - that's the hardest part.
The other parts (along with a detailed explanation of this one) are in an attachment as both mathcad v.11 and in an html file - they're the same thing - but if you don't have mathcad you CAN see the html file.. just extract it to your desktop and click the .htm file... Thanks!!!

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