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Dec
26
comment how this equation is a linear equation?
i changed my opinion because i saw the same question in the 9th edition of this book where the square root is only on 2
Dec
26
comment how this equation is a linear equation?
in linear equation all variables occurs only to the first power, linear equation does not involve any product or roots, and the variables must not appear as arguments to logrithmic, trignometric or exponential functions.
Dec
26
comment how this equation is a linear equation?
yes you are right its typing error in the book
Dec
26
comment how this equation is a linear equation?
i don't think so
Dec
26
comment how this equation is a linear equation?
this is from elementary linear algebra by Howard anton and Chris rorres
Dec
26
comment how this equation is a linear equation?
this is not misprint you can see the cutting of the book in the question above
Dec
26
comment how this equation is a linear equation?
no this is not misprint you can see the cutting from the book, this is (a) part and at the bottom you can see the answer
Oct
5
comment any number raised to the power of infinity
now thats the answer i was looking for thank you
Oct
5
comment any number raised to the power of infinity
i am assuming from your answer that if a>1 then limit x--> + infinity or - infinity of a to the power x is = 0
Oct
5
comment any number raised to the power of infinity
its confusing, look you said if a>1 then the result will be zero, and you did not told about if a is beteen 0 and 1.
Oct
5
comment any number raised to the power of infinity
then my question was if we take any number in place of e and do the the same then what happens, if the number is positive and what happens and if the number is negative
Oct
5
comment any number raised to the power of infinity
and i also asked about limit as x--> + infinity of e to the power x
Oct
5
comment any number raised to the power of infinity
i mean limit as x--->- infinity of e to the power x
Sep
30
comment evaluation of the definite integral
thank you very much sir
Sep
30
comment evaluation of the definite integral
derivative with respect to y of this function of x comes out y^2/8 - 2/y^2 now if we put this into the definite integral and suppose it u then we again need to take the derivative with respect to y that comes out du/dy = y/4 +4/y^3 now what i do?
Sep
30
comment evaluation of the definite integral
ok now i try to solve this whole question thank you i will contact you if i could not just after five minutes ok?
Sep
30
comment evaluation of the definite integral
how you did that, x(y)=y^3/24 + 2/y
Sep
30
comment evaluation of the definite integral
how you got this result x(y)= y^3/24 + 2/y show me
Aug
23
comment Solving equations with multiple absolute values
actuall we can solve the first example as 2x+1=3x+9 or 2x+1=-(3x+1) we have only two cases to solve , now i want to discover that how we can solve the second example in this way
Aug
20
comment Question about solving absolute values
how you assumed that x > 3 why you assumed that