I know the derivative of is , but I can't figure out the anitderivative
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Originally Posted by cammywhite I know the derivative of is , but I can't figure out the anitderivative Hence Can you handle that?
Originally Posted by Mush Hence Can you handle that? I got
Originally Posted by cammywhite I got correct. but what is ?
what do you mean? Oh is it
Originally Posted by cammywhite what do you mean? Oh is it where is coming from? it is . in general, , for a constant and we derive this in the same way you did here, by considering
Last edited by Jhevon; April 5th 2009 at 06:33 PM. Reason: :) per post #9
Originally Posted by Jhevon where is coming from? it is . in general, , for a constant and we derive this in the same way you did here, by considering
Originally Posted by cammywhite yes...i had thought we already came to that conclusion
Originally Posted by Jhevon in general, , for a constant We're so mentalized on stating that but in this case it's actually
Originally Posted by Krizalid We're so mentalized on stating that but in this case it's actually yes, of course. ">0" is so fun to say
Originally Posted by Krizalid We're so mentalized on stating that but in this case it's actually Of course, it is only necessary for and That is,
Originally Posted by Reckoner Of course, it is only necessary for and That is, why, you're right! i guess ">1" should be added to the list of things that are fun to say but not think about. right behind "let "
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