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
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
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
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.