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Hello, Originally Posted by VkL How do you do this? Just substitute
note that (may be useful for the dt)
I'm pretty sure that stands for most of books use this.
If you let , then .
Thus you have .
Pull out the to get .
Plugging in gives you and plugging in gives you .
Subtracting gives: .
Last edited by redsoxfan325; Mar 2nd 2009 at 01:19 PM.
Originally Posted by Krizalid I'm pretty sure that stands for most of books use this. With a base ?
I don't think so ^^
Also, it's not most of books which use it ><
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