Hi, i was working with my teacher, and i discovered the continous differential of x!gives x!,also the continous integral to infinity of x! gives x!.how true is this ,also i wanted to know if the last number ever is going to be odd or even ,because from my point of view the ranges of all numbers...
when differentiating functions of a variable say x raised to another function of xthen lets assume they are T^u,where t and u are fucntions of x,dy/dx =
T^u[du/dx*logt+u(dt/dx)/t].now let 4-x=t,and u=5x.
take normal procedures and see if it works
when differentiating functions of a variable say x raised to another function of xthen lets assume they are T^u,where t and u are fucntions of x,dy/dx =
T^u[du/dx*logt+u(dt/dx)/t]
but my teacher gave us the problem,and said we should leave the answer in whole number not exponent.i guess abia must have posted series of these questions in other forms.so i still need help with it.i know the remainder is in the form (700^1/700)^(700^1/700)....
but it should be a number
area of rectangle with lenght x^x^x^x^x.....
and breath y^y^y^y^y^y..... where x is 400^ 1/400 and y is 800^ 1/800.
leaving answer in whole number not decimal or exponent
how do i find the area of a rectanglewith sides 400root of 400 raised continously to itself like x^x^x^..and 800root of 800 raised also to itself continouslylike y^y^y...
leave answer in whole number not exponent
how can this be differentiated,i need to know how.x^x^x^x^x^x....
also ,my teacher posed this question to the whole class x^(x^2)^(x^3)^(x^4)................
that was a hard thing to say inha, how useless is it ,i just came across it and felt like letting the forum know how correct it is and u call it useless.
thae was a hard thing 2 say
while working on the quadratic formula in school ,i came across another formula,and wanted to know if its been derived since i got this from the quadratic formula.the formula is as follows
[-b^3-2abc +or- sqrt(b^6-12a^2b^2c^2-16a^3c^3)]/(2ab^2+4a^2c).
please i want to know if it works for all.