I don't believe that
is a solution to
for general . It works for though. Check both the equation and solution.
EDIT. I got it to work for
Is this the equation?
Hello, RCola!
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Take logs: .
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Apply L'Hopital: .
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Apply l'Hopital: .
. . Then: .
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Edit: Ah, Prove It beat me to it! .And did an excellent job!
. . . .(Oh well, I did my work at "ground level" . . .)
\dfrac{dy}{dx} = smth...
This function is given in parametric form. Also there was given some definition, something like . So it need to be proven that taking derivatives up to 2nd power/ level will be equal to
Is there any tool to easily write math formulas between MATH quotes?