I'm having trouble getting started with a calculus problem, can anyone help me?
The limit represents the derivative of a function taken at a point. What function? What point? What is the limit?
I need help getting started with this problem...
I'm having trouble getting started with a calculus problem, can anyone help me?
The limit represents the derivative of a function taken at a point. What function? What point? What is the limit?
I need help getting started with this problem...
Sorry, I didn't really explain this problem well. I knew the answer to the acutal limit, and the point, but I'm having trouble figuring out what function this represents the derivative taken at a point of.
If this limit represents the numerical derivative of 1/4 taken at x=4, what would the original function that I'm taking the derivative of be?
Thanks?