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Apr
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comment Single Complement Variable + 1
Dilip, x + 1 = 1 for any x. But doesn't the x have to be non-complement? Or can x even be complements?
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accepted Help on Inequality Proof
May
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comment Help on Inequality Proof
Thanks makes perfect sense. Thank you.
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accepted Finding limit of function with more than one variable: $\lim_{(x,y)\to(0,0)} \frac{xy}{\sqrt{x^2+y^2}}$
Mar
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comment Finding limit of function with more than one variable: $\lim_{(x,y)\to(0,0)} \frac{xy}{\sqrt{x^2+y^2}}$
You're right. The author did use the squeeze theorem to prove that the limit existed. I was just wondering why he chose x=y^2 as one more test to see what the limit was. Why not x=y? or y=x?
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accepted Understanding and Integrating/Differentiating Power Series
Feb
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comment Understanding and Integrating/Differentiating Power Series
Thanks Joe. Not notes, just me trying to understand what's going on in the problems. I was just wondering if my line of thinking was on the right path or if I was just completely out of line. When I first was introduced to this section, I didn't understand why we were integrating/differentiating functions and how they produced the power series we wanted.
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Feb
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comment Integrating Power Series
Thanks Moron. Makes sense now. Funny name, but it doesn't match you.
Feb
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comment Integrating Power Series
What about plugging back in 1/2? If x = 1/2, then it's ln(1/2) = -ln2. What happened to the negative sign in front of ln2? It seems like they plugged it back into -ln(1-x) and not ln(1-x). If they did, why -ln(1-x)? Aren't we looking for ln(1-x)?
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