np.hermediv() method, we can get the division of two series of hermiteE using
np.hermediv () . p >
np.hermediv (series1, series2)
Return: Return the division of two hermiteE series.
Example # 1:
In this example, we see that with
np.hermediv () we we can get the division of two series of hermiteE using this method.
Output: p >
(array ([0.30769231]), array ([- 2.07692308, -1.38461538, -0.69230769]))
Example # 2: strong >
(array ([3.38461538]), array ([- 22.84615385, -15.23076923, -7.61538462]))
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