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 Dec8 awarded Yearling Dec8 awarded Yearling Jun8 awarded Caucus May7 answered How do I find the derivative of this equation using the fundamental theorem of calculus? May7 answered How do you solve this sort of definite integral? May5 answered Linear Algebra Working with Linear Transformations May2 revised Linear Algebra - Gaussian Elimination added 117 characters in body May2 answered Linear Algebra - Gaussian Elimination May2 comment Does there exist a function $f:[0,1] \to[0,1]$ such its graph is dense in $[0,1]\times[0,1]$? The image is a subset of [0,1]. Then you want it to be dense in [0,1]. May1 revised Continuity of a Logarithmic Integral added 79 characters in body May1 revised Continuity of a Logarithmic Integral deleted 106 characters in body May1 revised Continuity of a Logarithmic Integral added 9 characters in body May1 comment Continuity of a Logarithmic Integral This is to finilize your prove, but, as other people posted you can use the fundamental theorem. May1 answered Continuity of a Logarithmic Integral May1 revised Applications exercises of linear algebra edited body May1 revised Applications exercises of linear algebra added 87 characters in body May1 comment Applications exercises of linear algebra Thank you Mathemagician1234 ! Apr30 awarded Student Apr30 asked Applications exercises of linear algebra Apr30 comment Use the epsilon-delta definition to prove the following statement. Your problem is to show that the limit is equal to 1, so you have to work with the absolute value of the polynomial after substarcting 1, and then you can factorize and one of the factors will be X+2.