Can someone do this via l'hopital's rule? Answer is 3, which I'm not getting for some odd reason.
lim x -> 1 (2x^4-3x^3+x)/((x-1)^2)
Can someone also do this question, I'm not getting the right answer.
Differentiate x + ln(x) = y + 2ln(y)
I keep getting 1 + 1/x - 2/y
Clue 1: 121 112Who am I?
( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)^{Clue 2}
Clue 0: Clockwise
Clue 3: Are you watching closely? ∃ a clue every now and then Clue 4: 99 115Clue 5: |℘(S)| = 15^2 + 31
Last edited by parad0xica; 1 May 2016 at 11:12 PM.
Clue 1: 121 112Who am I?
( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)^{Clue 2}
Clue 0: Clockwise
Clue 3: Are you watching closely? ∃ a clue every now and then Clue 4: 99 115Clue 5: |℘(S)| = 15^2 + 31
Why can't I used chain rule to differentiate sqrt(x-1), e.g. (x-1)^1/2... y'= 1/2(x-1)*1
Instead the answers use the definition of a derivative to solve and get a different answer. Am I doing something wrong above^?
How do I solve this with MAPLE?
How do I do this in MAPLE?
I understand you use sum(); but what do you do with the n^5/2 on the left??
How do I solve this in MAPLE?
My incorrect attempt was to go... s:= [solve(expression)] then allvalues(s[1]); to find first root... same for all other roots, then evalf(result, 10); on each root.
Anyone know the steps to the correct way to get right answers?
bump someone help me with these MAPLE questions pls
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