Hello! I need some help with this problem, please! Let be a field and a curve such that for all happens that (where m is a constant). Show that: Thank you!!
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Originally Posted by Veronika Hello! I need some help with this problem, please! Let be a field and a curve such that for all happens that (where m is a constant). Show that: Thank you!! I wonder whether this formula is at all valid, since and . So I would have expected the formula to look more like
Yes, I think is a typing error from my professor. So, to prove the last equation should I just derive and see if the are the same? I mean, using the 1 Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Thanks!
Originally Posted by Veronika Yes, I think is a typing error from my professor. So, to prove the last equation should I just derive and see if the are the same? I mean, using the 1 Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Thanks! Um, well, yes, I think that's the way to go. You can really just determine the derivative of and show, that it is equal to , given that .
I was thinking about this: We change so that and
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