The error function, erf(x), is defined by the following . (a) . (b) can someon please help me out with this one...thanksness mathlete
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(a)If x = 0, you have the definite integral: which results in? (b)Think of the fundamental theorem of calculus (with an added variation involving the chain rule):
Originally Posted by mathlete The error function, erf(x), is defined by the following . (a) . (b) can someon please help me out with this one...thanksness mathlete What do you think...integral from a to a? answer...0 secondly which is
Originally Posted by o_O (a)If x = 0, you have the definite integral: which results in? (b)Think of the fundamental theorem of calculus (with an added variation involving the chain rule): lsdfjlkasdfjsdk ...
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