Show that = 1 from the definition of derivative.
Last edited by wopashui; January 28th 2010 at 09:16 PM.
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Originally Posted by wopashui Show that from the definition of derivative. Hello Let Clearly So our limit can be written as: Got it?
Originally Posted by General Hello Let Clearly So our limit can be written as: Got it? so that produce f(x)/x, why is it equal to 1?
Originally Posted by wopashui so that produce f(x)/x, why is it equal to 1? I did not follow you! Do you have problem in this one? Substracting zero is allowed everywhere. and I replaced by since Please, explain more.
Originally Posted by General I did not follow you! Do you have problem in this one? Substracting zero is allowed everywhere. and I replaced by since Please, explain more. I meant, we are proving the limit is equal to 1 not 0, how does that make sense?
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