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Originally Posted by transgalactic You literally did not post anything?
i was told to prove that this equation is correct
Why don't you try it and come back if you need any help. The method you should is induction with the use of the product rule in the inductive step.
i know that f'(x)=d(f(x))/dx there is no such structure on the left side of the equation there are a defferential in the power of n only the d^n ??
i tried to prove it by induction
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