Originally Posted by Apprentice123 Can you explain why? Explain the implication? Or explain why you may interchange the limit and the natural log. I think you mean the impication So exponentiating both sides gives
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Originally Posted by Mathstud28 Are you sure Maclaurin discovered Cramer's rule...I thought it was some monk... My trusty book tells me that Maclaurin the the original discoverer of Cramer's Rule... ...which monk?
Originally Posted by Chris L T521 My trusty book tells me that Maclaurin the the original discoverer of Cramer's Rule... ...which monk? I don't have that book anymore ...Cramer?
Originally Posted by Mathstud28 Explain the implication? Or explain why you may interchange the limit and the natural log. I think you mean the impication So exponentiating both sides gives Clearly. Thank you
Originally Posted by Mathstud28 I don't have that book anymore ...Cramer? Cramer's Rule is the method to solve for the discriminant of a non 2x2 matrix.
Originally Posted by colby2152 Cramer's Rule is the method to solve for the discriminant of a non 2x2 matrix. Yeah I know...I was saying "...Cramer?" Meaning that is probably who invented the method.
We could perhaps try it without the Hospital rule. Let Then we get the recognizable and fairly famous limit which can be solved by a suitable substitution: Probably wasn't worth posting, but I had to post at least one thing today
Originally Posted by galactus We could perhaps try it without the Hospital rule. Let Then we get the recognizable and fairly famous limit which can be solved by a suitable substitution: Probably wasn't worth posting, but I had to post at least one thing today Trust me, I really wanted to not use L'hopital's but...the heading man..the heading.
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