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Why do I keep getting 0.06 with WorkingPrecision->1?
I'm trying to generate a list of 1000 random numbers with WorkingPrecision->1. Is there any particular reason that I'm getting some entries as 0.06? I have tested the following lines: ...
Jun 19 '12 at 17:19
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