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accepted How to prove that a mapping is homomorphic
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comment Approximating an Integral using series
Ohhh yaaa. Lemme see if I have an easier time now :)
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comment Approximating an Integral using series
Is there any other method?
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comment Approximating an Integral using series
Have not seen this method in my calc book.
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accepted Proving the Product Rule for exponents with the same base
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comment Proving the Product Rule for exponents with the same base
Can you explain how $\exp x = \lim_{n\to\infty} \left( 1 + \frac x n \right)^n $ ?
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comment Proving the Product Rule for exponents with the same base
Ohhh ok everything makes sense now. Thanks for that mini proof of addition of integer powers. Everything is slowly starting to click in my brain. Thanks :)
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comment Proving the Product Rule for exponents with the same base
Thanks alot. Love this proof
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comment Proving the Product Rule for exponents with the same base
Wow, Thanks. I was just wondering what property you used when $K^{nq}=a^{mq}*a^{np}$ turned into $K^{n+q}=a^{mq+np}$ Were you not using the exact property we were trying to prove?