say i have a function , does this mean the exponent part of the function is a negative also? e.g. bring the +1 part of (x+1) down so, another e.g.
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Originally Posted by purebladeknight say i have a function , does this mean the exponent part of the function is a negative also? e.g. bring the +1 part of (x+1) down so, another e.g. Very good question. The answer is the first case you wrote. Consider the substitution u=-a. Now look at . Now plug back in -a for u and you get the desired relation.
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