How many zeros does the function y = sin(lnx) have for 0<x<1 ?
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Originally Posted by DINOCALC09 How many zeros does the function y = sin(lnx) have for 0<x<1 ? . Thus, if then and it is a zero. Thus, there are infinitely many zeros.
Hello, You know that if 0<x<1, ln(x)<0 But within there is an infinity of solutions making sin(ln(x))=0, because of the 2pi period.
Originally Posted by DINOCALC09 How many zeros does the function y = sin(lnx) have for 0<x<1 ? for where n is an integer and Therefore , so : for all* (isn't this supposed to have a horizontal line through the middle?) However....
Write "\forall" in the math tags :-)
Originally Posted by Moo Write "\forall" in the math tags :-) Thanks!
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