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If it really has any meaning then tell with examples.

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If it really has any meaning then tell with examples.

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If it really has any meaning then tell with examples.

In the example you give (sin - (square of))(x) would equal sin(x) + x^2. It's really just that simple.

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The whole purpose of "(f- g)(x)= f(x)- g(x)" is to

If it really has any meaning then tell with examples.

(sin- square of)(x) is, according to that definition, [itex]sin(x)- square of (x)= sin(x)- x^2[/itex]

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