## dnd 5e – Duration of the beast bonus

The Beast Link spell has a cast time for an action. Then it lasts 10 minutes (or until its concentration is broken).

It can only be used on a beast that is already friendly to you or enchanted, so it practically limits it to the companion of a Beast Ranger or requires you to first protect an animal.

After the spell ends, the beast remains just an animal that is likely to be friendly or enchanted (unless the spell has broken). He will behave according to his nature: a wild animal will probably leave when he can.

## export – How to extend the default duration of Manipulate[] when do you have markers?

How to extend the default duration of

``````Manipulate(x,{x,0,1},Bookmarks->{"beginning":>(x=0),"end":>(x=1)})
``````

to 20 seconds? I know that "DefaultDuration" is not the Manipulate () option, but how to do it for Manipulate () when it has Bookmarks?

Or do the x in

``````Manipulate(x,{x,0,1},AutorunSequencing->{{1,20}})
``````

changing as 0-> 1, not as 0-> 1-> 0 (due to AutorunSequencing)?

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## vector spaces – polynomial duration test

Consider the set of polynomials {$$x, 1 + x, x-x ^ 2$$} Determine if these polynomials form a basis for $$mathcal {P} _2$$.

I discovered that they are linearly independent and that the range of the matrix resulting from the polynomials is 3 and that the dimension of $$mathcal {P} _n$$ is 3, but where do I go from there to make the connection that the set is the basis for $$mathcal {P} _n$$? I know I must show that {$$x, 1 + x, x-x ^ 2$$} extends $$mathcal {P} _2$$ showing that one can write any polynomial of degree 2, $$alpha x ^ 2 + beta x + gamma$$, as a linear combination of the elements in {$$x, 1 + x, x-x ^ 2$$} But I really don't know how to show that. This is what I got so far:

$$a (x) + b (1 + x) + c (x-x ^ 2) = (-c) x ^ 2 + (a + b + c) x + b (1)$$

If I try to express a second degree polynomial $$alpha x ^ 2 + beta x + gamma$$ In terms of a, b, c, I just found out $$gamma = b$$, $$alpha = -c$$, $$beta = a + b + c = a + gamma- alpha$$. Isn't this a restriction for $$beta$$? I don't know what to do with this information or if I'm going to do it the right way. Can somebody help me?

## Estimate: Why does Halstead's formula for the estimated duration of the program look like this?

Because the effective difference between 1 and 2 operators / operands in a program is greater than the difference between 101 and 102. Logarithms were chosen to model that diminishing importance.

Why base 2? Eh, probably because we are computer nerds. If Halstead had chosen base 10 or base e, it would still produce a model that would compare approximately the length of two programs in the same way. It would simply produce different numbers for each one in doing so.

If Halstead didn't care about that diminishing importance, he could choose a similar formula

L = none2 + n22

You may notice that this looks suspiciously like Pythagoras' theorem:

C2 = a2 + b2

Which leaves me thinking of L as less as a linear measure as "program length" and more as a measure of program complexity area. The Halsteads formula seems like a diluted version of this formula:

L = none * n2

Which, if you believe in that diminishing importance, certainly needs to be diluted.

## dnd 3.5e: does the caster know when a spell with a variable duration ends?

Does the caster know when a spell with a variable duration ends?

I am looking for a RAW response (the answers based on Pathfinder or D&D 3.0 are fine if there is no information on this in D&D 3.5); I have not found one here, nor in the rules.

For example, time stop It lasts 1d4 + 1 rounds.

• Does the character only know that he has between 2 and 5 rounds?
• Do you know exactly how much time you have, since the spell affects itself?
(that is, if he scored a 1, do you know he has 2 rounds)?

What happens color spray, since it is thrown into another person?

If there is no such information, how should I handle this as GM?

## dnd 3.5e – Does the spellcaster know when a spell ends with a variable duration?

For example, Time stop has a duration of 1d4 + 1 rounds.

I am looking for a RAW response (pathfinder or 3.0 is fine if there is no information in 3.5), I have not found one here or in the rules.

Does the player know that he only has 2-5 rounds?

Do you know exactly how long it has been since the spell affects itself (if it casts 1 it knows that it has 2 rounds)?

What about the color spray since it applies to another person?

If there is no such information, what suggestion do you propose as GM?

## time – What are the accepted annotations of Fail2ban duration?

I have been looking for the accepted duration formats for the Fail2ban Jail configuration file (it may not be exclusive to F2B).

I want to make sure which suffixes are valid when expressing an amount of time.

The F2B configuration is not explicit regarding this: https://www.fail2ban.org/wiki/index.php/MANUAL_0_8#Jails

So far, it seems that the following annotations are accepted: m, h, d

Can anyone point me to the full list of such suffixes?

## You need to create the animation below in UIView in swift 4 and the animation can work according to the duration of the manual time

Can you help me create the animation below in Swift 4. When I create this animation it does not work correctly for 12 instanceCount and I cannot manage the time according to us? Please check the following code:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1nHv9NTQ98nvSyFdQ6gqdRt2cLn1E31ob

## dvd – Why is the duration of the same movie different?

I am currently digitizing my DVD collection. Some of the DVDs have a scratch and cannot be read perfectly. When this happens, I download this DVD from the Internet and try to recover the dubbed audio tracks or subs from the disc and add them to the mkv format.

However, for some DVDs this is not necessarily easy. The reason? The dvd has a length of, for example. 2h20. The download takes 6 more minutes.

The investigation led me to the fact that one of the sources is simply faster and slowing down the source to the same length as the other source leads to a perfectly usable mkv file.

What could be the reason for this difference? Could it be a signature of the charger or is it simply something with my player?

I must mention that all my DVDs are European DVDs and according to the frame rate of 23,976 the downloaded ones are American. Also possibly important: all DVDs had SD resolution (576p) and I downloaded them in HD (1080p) if possible.