Or you can use a strategy that has been put forward in a book here recently in Norway. A guy who's world top at memorizing cards use two techniques: travelroute and images.
You use familiar places, like your home, and walk through each room. You'll recognize these rooms very well because it's...
(e^u)`*u` I'm making a fault here? no chain rule in integral? e^(x^2)=e^(x^2)? , but why isn't chain rule being used? (like in §e^(3x-2)dx=(1/3)e^(3x-2)+C.) it looks like it should, heh. And how do the x^2 dissapear..
Where do I find LaTeX?
Yeah, I meant chain rule. in is natural logarithm, e^inp=p.
My try went:
5/2§2x*e^(x^2)dx (cause here is where you 'use it', right? =
5/2*2*(1/(1+1))x^(1+1)*(e^u)`*u` (chain rule) =
Solve (e^(x^2))` , use this result to solve §5x*e^(x^2)dx
* is multiply
` is derive
3.§a^xdx=1/ina*a^x+C (a is a number)
The Attempt at a Solution
(I'm alittle confused as to...
uh, are you joking with me, or am I writing down the question wrong(cause I know I have a bad habit of not reading the question at probability well enough)? Cause that was the way I was thinking as you above.
Jeeserssweesers(for a lack of a better word), probability is confusing.
A family has three children, no twins or.. that same just with three.
a| What is the chance that all the children are girls.
The chapter here shows the equtations...
Another guy that wants to shout out his oppinion without reading all that's before him.
For me it is different in that I find much meaning, but I also feel small. I'm supporised when someone says they can't find meaning in anything for to me there is so much. Maybe if you can't find a meaning...