I want to show that for all 1 <= p, q <= infinite, there exists a, b such that a || x || p <= || x || q <= b || x || p for all x in X. Is there a way to do this without Hölder's Inequalities?

# Tag: show

## magento2 – Magento 2.3 – Urls from the storefront and the admin on localhost: 8081 show 404 / not found

I have a pretty similar problem, just on a Windows machine. Here is another step that you can try to see if it helps. So go to the pub / static folder and delete everything except htaccess. Then open app / etc / di.xml, look for the path "Magento Framework App View Asset MaterializationStrategy Symlink" and replace it with "Magento Framework App View Asset MaterializationStrategy Copy". Then empty the cache and maybe restart Apache and try again?

I come from http://www.dckap.com/blog/magento-2-admin-links-not-working-in-windows/ which is specific to Windows, but I do not think this problem is specific to Windows.

## calculation and analysis – does Mathematica show that the differentiation of the integral of a function is not itself?

The calculation tells us that the differentiation of the integral of a function should be itself, but at least in one case, Mathematica answers NO. I feel very confused. The new figure seems to fork to a real root down.

The story is that I'm trying to integrate a function that includes an elliptical Jacobi function, and then something strange happens. When I traced the figure of the integral, I found that the sign of the slope does not correspond to the sign of the integral, that is to say to the original function. I can not understand what's wrong with Mathematica or there's something tricky about elliptical functions and elliptical integrals? The original function and its integral with the help of Mathematica software are presented as follows:

$$ text {mini} (m) = x_1 + frac {x_2-x_1} {1- frac {x_2-x_4} {x_1-x_4} text {sn} ^ 2 left[frac{m-m_b}{xi},kright]}. $$

or $ xi = frac {4} {i sqrt { left (x_2-x_3 right)} left (x_1-x_4 right)}} $ and Jacobi's module $ m = k ^ 2 = frac { left (x_1-x_3 right) left (x_2-x_4 right)} { left (x_2-x_3 right) left (x_1-x_4 right)} $, or $ x_1 = -2.73205 $, $ x_2 = 0.732051 $, $ x_3 = 1 – i $ and $ x_4 = 1 + i $. The constant $ m_b $ can be calculated as $ m_b = xi F left[i arcsinleft(sqrt{frac{(0.5 – x_2)(x_1 – x_4)}{(0.5 – x_1)(x_2 – x_4)}}right),kright]= $ 0.988254.

<img src = "https://i.stack.imgur.com/JRk1C.jpg" alt = "Figure for the mini (m) function with $ -10 <m<10$.">

$$ int text {mini} (m) text {d} m = x_1 m – frac { xi left (x_1-x_2 right) Pi left[n,frac{m-m_b}{xi},kright] text {dn} left[frac{m-m_b}{xi},kright]} { sqrt {1-k ^ 2 text {sn} ^ 2 left[frac{m-m_b}{xi},kright]}}. $$

or $ n = frac {x_2-x_4} {x_1-x_4} $.

<img src = "https://i.stack.imgur.com/dnaEB.jpg" alt = "Figure of the integral of the function mini (m) with $ -10 <m<10$.">

After calculating the numerical differentiation and plotting the figure with Mathematica, the figure below does not correspond to the original function mini (x).

<img src = "https://i.stack.imgur.com/J8Kwp.jpg" alt = "Figure for the differentiation of the integral of the function mini (m) with $ -10 <m<10$.">

For reference, my Mathematica code is:

```
mini[m_] : = (x1 x2 - x2 x4 - x1 x2 JacobiSN[1/4 I (m - mb) Sqrt[(x2 - x3) (x1 - x4)], ((x1 - x3) (x2 - x4)) / ((x2 - x3) (x1 - x4))]^ 2 + x1 x4 JacobiSN[
1/4 I (m - mb) Sqrt[(x2 - x3) (x1 - x4)], ((x1 - x3) (x2 - x4)) / ((x2 - x3) (x1 - x4))]^ 2) / ((- x2 + x4) (- (x1 / (x2 - x4)) + x4 / (x2 - x4) + JacobiSN[1/4 I (m - mb) Sqrt[(x2 - x3) (x1 - x4)], ((x1 - x3) (x2 - x4)) / ((x2 - x3) (x1 - x4))]^ 2))
intmini[m_] : = Integrate[mini[m], m]intmini[m]
x1 = root[#1^4 - 4*#1^2/1 + 8*#1/1 - 8*0.5 &, 1]
x2 = root[#1^4 - 4*#1^2/1 + 8*#1/1 - 8*0.5 &, 2]
x3 = root[#1^4 - 4*#1^2/1 + 8*#1/1 - 8*0.5 &, 3]
x4 = root[#1^4 - 4*#1^2/1 + 8*#1/1 - 8*0.5 &, 4]
mb = - ((4 I EllipticF[I*ArcSinh[Sqrt[-(((0.5 - x2)*(x1 - x4))/((0.5 - x1)*(x2 - x4)))]], ((x1 - x3) * (x2 - x4)) / ((x2 - x3) * (x1 - x4))]) / Sqrt[(x2 - x3)*(x1 - x4)])
Ground[Re[Re[Ré[Re[mini[m]], {m, -10, 10}]Ground[(M-mb)x1+(4I(x1-x2)EllipticPi[(X2-x4)/(x1-x4)JacobiAmplitude[(M-mb)x1+(4I(x1-x2)EllipticPi[(X2-x4)/(x1-x4)JacobiAmplitude[(m-mb)x1+(4I(x1-x2)EllipticPi[(x2-x4)/(x1-x4)JacobiAmplitude[(m-mb)x1+(4I(x1-x2)EllipticPi[(x2-x4)/(x1-x4)JacobiAmplitude[1/4 I (m - mb) Sqrt[(x2 - x3) (x1 - x4)], ((x1 - x3) (x2 - x4)) / ((x2 - x3) (x1 - x4))], ((x1 - x3) (x2 - x4)) / ((x2 - x3) (x1 - x4))]JacobiDN[1/4 I (m - mb) Sqrt[(x2 - x3) (x1 - x4)], ((x1 - x3) (x2 - x4)) / ((x2 - x3) (x1 - x4))]) / (Sqrt[(x2 - x3) (x1 - x4)] sqrt[1+((x1-x3)(x2-x4)JacobiSN[1+((x1-x3)(x2-x4)JacobiSN[1+((x1-x3)(x2-x4)JacobiSN[1+((x1-x3)(x2-x4)JacobiSN[1/4 I (m - mb) Sqrt[(x2 - x3) (x1 - x4)], ((x1 - x3) (x2 - x4)) / ((x2 - x3) (x1 - x4))]^ 2) / ((- x2 + x3) (x1 - x4))]), {m, -10, 10}
Needs["NumericalCalculus`"]
Ground[Re[DAKOTADUNORD[(M-mb)x1+(4I(x1-x2)EllipticPi[(X2-x4)/(x1-x4)JacobiAmplitude[Re[ND[(M-mb)x1+(4I(x1-x2)EllipticPi[(X2-x4)/(x1-x4)JacobiAmplitude[Ré[DAKOTADUNORD[(m-mb)x1+(4I(x1-x2)EllipticPi[(x2-x4)/(x1-x4)JacobiAmplitude[Re[ND[(m-mb)x1+(4I(x1-x2)EllipticPi[(x2-x4)/(x1-x4)JacobiAmplitude[1/4 I (m - mb) Sqrt[(x2 - x3) (x1 - x4)], ((x1 - x3) (x2 - x4)) / ((x2 - x3) (x1 - x4))], ((x1 - x3) (x2 - x4)) / ((x2 - x3) (x1 - x4))]JacobiDN[1/4 I (m - mb) Sqrt[(x2 - x3) (x1 - x4)], ((x1 - x3) (x2 - x4)) / ((x2 - x3) (x1 - x4))]) / (Sqrt[(x2 - x3) (x1 - x4)] sqrt[1+((x1-x3)(x2-x4)JacobiSN[1+((x1-x3)(x2-x4)JacobiSN[1+((x1-x3)(x2-x4)JacobiSN[1+((x1-x3)(x2-x4)JacobiSN[1/4 I (m - mb) Sqrt[(x2 - x3) (x1 - x4)], ((x1 - x3) (x2 - x4)) / ((x2 - x3) (x1 - x4))]^ 2) / ((- x2 + x3) (x1 - x4))]), m, p]], {p, -10, 10}
```

The first graph relates to the figure of the original function, that is to say the integrand. The second plot is for the figure of its integral. The third is for the figure of the differentiation of the integral. The third digit should be identical to the first, but it is different. The sign of the third figure corresponds to that of the second figure of the integral. This seems to tell us that Mathematica gives an erroneous integral for the function, including elliptic functions, as the original function I used. I do not know how to calculate a correct integral of my original function. Welcome to all useful suggestions and help in Math and Mathematica!

PS: I would like to add an extra comment. In my case, the elliptic module m and the Jacobi amplitude are complex numbers and not real numbers. I wonder if there is a general theory of elliptic functions and elliptic integrals beyond the real elliptic module and the real Jacobi amplitude?

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And I need to create an MP4 video slideshow of content to play on an HDTV screen. What I did using Apple Photos Slideshow, which allows me to quickly switch from a multimedia file to

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Can the usual tools (ffmpeg, avidemux, etc.) be used to script such a beast? Tools that do that? I do not want to invest days in a video that will be viewed once.

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## boot – acer uefi does not show the Windows hard drive

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## Algebraic topology – Direct search of a homotopy to show that two homomorphisms induced on a fundamental group are identical

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Thank you

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Thank you

```
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