F (x) =
Last edited by wopashui; January 30th 2010 at 03:11 PM.
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The general rule for a constant raised to a function of x is: if then Can you apply the rule?
Originally Posted by wopashui F (x) = Just apply the following: If where . then: .
Originally Posted by General Just apply the following: If where . then: . can you explain what F (x) is, it's not the same as f (x), isn't it?
Originally Posted by wopashui can you explain what F (x) is, it's not the same as f (x), isn't it? It is exactly the same. We could also write the function as etc etc...
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