Can a blood hawk animal companion carry around their beast master? [duplicate]

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Let’s say a gnome Beast Master ranger chooses a Blood Hawk animal companion, can the PC be flown around (carried) by their companion?

The blood hawk has a strength of 6, and thereby a carry capacity of 90lb.

Gnomes are between 3 and 4 feet tall and average about 40 pounds. (PHB p.37)

If yes, does the PC have free hands to act as normal while carried?

Deleted list is sticking around

I’ve run into a bit of a weird scenario.

Using the SharePoint Management Shell I deleted a list and the command executed successfully. However the list is still there when looking at the Lists collection on the SPWeb object. When attempting to delete this list again I get the following error:

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This is what I’ve tried so far:

  • Ensured the AllowDeletion flag when set to true for the list
  • Set the AllowUnsafeUpdates flag to true on the Web object
  • Run a Content Database Repair
  • Dismounted and Mounted the content database

How I get rid of this list? Hoping you folks have some ideas.

How to get an absolute value of Around?

Around is a useful feature of Mathematica 12 to work with uncertain data.

x = Around[-1, {0.5, 1.5}] 

$ -1.0^{+1.5}_{-0.5}$

I’m curious how to get an absolute value of such uncertain data. When I use Abs directly I get an unexpected result:


$ 1.0^{+1.5}_{-0.5}$

I have expected: $ 1.0^{+0.5}_{-1.0}$ , because


Interval[{0, 1.5}]

In total there are two issues:

  1. Upper and lower uncertainties are not interchanged when taking Abs.

  2. Crossing of zero is ignored.

Is this intended behaviour of Around or some sort of a bug?

How should I calculate absolute values of uncertain data points? For example, when I want to plot Abs of uncertain of data?

How to rotate a point around a pivot by changing the axis

I’ve been stuck on this forever now because I don’t understand math in the slightest and when people talk about matrices they just give the table and don’t explain how to actually go through each step.

My question is how do I rotate a point around a pivot by moving the axis instead of the point.rotationaroundaxis

        Vector3 center = new Vector3(0.5f,0.5f,0.5f); //an arbitrary center         Vector3 point = new Vector3(0.5f, 0.5f, 0); //an arbitrary point         Vector3 endpoint; //how do I get this          Vector3 current_east = Vector3.right;  //x         Vector3 current_up = Vector3.up; //y         Vector3 current_north = Vector3.forward; //z          Vector3 moveto_east = Vector3.back;         Vector3 moveto_up = Vector3.left;         Vector3 moveto_north = Vector3.up; 

So if I was to rotate the current vectors, to the moveto vectors what position would the point be in. (in this case it would be 0.5, 0, 0.5) buut how would I achieve this assuming the point and the axis will be arbitrarily defined. Picture for clarification.

Offering a compressed file for download that’s around 1.2 GB, should we split it into smaller parts?

The file contains thousands of PDFs and will be posted on a government website. The primary audience is researchers and the media, desktop, not mobile. We plan to indicate the filesize. Given 1.2 gb is pretty big, are there any reasons we should split the file into smaller parts? Asking because I’m just not sure.

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Struggling to understand the symbolism around the big oh formal definition

I’m struggling to understand what exactly T(n), and f(n) is in the above text:

When we compute the time complexity T(n) of an algorithm we rarely get an exact result, just an estimate. That’s fine, in computer science we are typically only interested in how fast T(n) is growing as a function of the input size n.

For example, if an algorithm increments each number in a list of length n, we might say: “This algorithm runs in O(n) time and performs O(1) work for each element”.

Here is the formal mathematical definition of Big O:

Let T(n) and f(n) be two positive functions. We write T(n) ∊ O(f(n)), and say that T(n) has order of f(n), if there are positive constants M and n₀ such that T(n) ≤ M·f(n) for all n ≥ n₀.


This graph shows a situation where all of the conditions in the definition are met.

I’m taking Tim Coughgarden course and reading his books. I’m still in the beginning and I can understand the explanations, but sometimes I struggle to understand the mathematical meaning of things… there are some implicitly about what is T(n) or f(n) (in this case) that is not explained at all.

Around collect rates not updated

This is the class I use to overwrite the USPS collectRates function:

<?php namespace MyCompany\AmUsps\Plugin;  use MyCompany\Shipping\Logger\Logger; use Magento\Quote\Model\Quote\Address\RateRequest; use Magento\Usps\Model\Carrier; use Magento\Shipping\Model\Rate\ResultFactory; use Magento\Quote\Model\Quote\Address\RateResult\MethodFactory;  class UspsPlugin {     protected $  _logger;     protected $  _rateResultFactory;     protected $  _resultMethodFactory;      public function __construct(         Logger $  logger,         ResultFactory $  rateResultFactory,         MethodFactory $  resultMethodFactory     ) {         $  this->_logger = $  logger;         $  this->_rateResultFactory = $  rateResultFactory;         $  this->_resultMethodFactory = $  resultMethodFactory;     }      public function aroundCollectRates(Carrier $  subject, Callable $  proceed, RateRequest $  request) {         $  this->_logger->info('-- Inside collectRates USPS');         $  result = $  this->_rateResultFactory->create();         $  method = $  this->_resultMethodFactory->create();         $  method->setCarrier('USPS');         $  method->setCarrierTitle('setCarrierTitle');         $  method->setMethod('USPS');         $  method->setMethodTitle('setMethodTitle');         $  method->setPrice(9.99);         $  method->setCost(9.99);         $  result->append($  method);         return $  proceed($  request);     }  } 

Everything looks fine since I’m not getting any errors, but the rate set in setPrice/setCost doesn’t show up in the Checkout Page. The price shown there is the one collected by the original USPS collectRates function. It seems to me that $ result->append($ method) is not doing its job.

What am I doing wrong?

Thanks a lot.