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comment Understanding this partial derivative problem
sorry, i had read your answer and thought it was a done deal, but i seem to still be stuck: taking the step you suggest, i get $\frac{\partial \theta}{\partial x} = - \frac{-3 \sin \theta}{e^{2r}} \frac{1}{3\sin^{2}\theta + 2\cos^{2} \theta}$. is there some way that i can change $3\sin^{2}\theta + 2\cos^{2}\theta$ into the expression $2+\sin^{2}\theta$ as in the solution above?
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thank you for helping me with this arturo
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this definitely does help, thank you
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comment Does this equality always hold?
thank you mixedmath
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comment Does this equality always hold?
excellent, thank you
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@Fabian: thank you
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comment Are bounded sequences always strictly less than some fixed number $M$?
ok that totally makes sense, thank you for this answer.
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comment Who was the mathematician who thought “god” was out to get him?
oh ok... well thanks all for clearing that up :)
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@Arturo: but how was he an atheist if he was convinced that "God" would not let him die? I mean for him to write the letter, he must have thought that there was a god, right?
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