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Show that the function (x to 3x) 1/t dt is constant from the interval (0 to infinity)?

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Find a power series representation for the function f(x) = x2 a3 −x3 ... (1−t) t dt as a power series ... = −1− t 2 − t2 3 −... = − X∞ n=0 ...
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Positive: 84 %
Increasing and Decreasing Functions ... For a function y=f(x): when x 1 < x 2 then f(x 1) ... m = 0 : constant: m > 0 : increasing :
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Positive: 81 %

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Math2.org Math Tables: Special Functions Some of these functions I have seen defined under both intervals (0 to x) and (x to inf).
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6 Wave Equation Pinchover and ... (6.1). T The families of lines x−ct= constant and x+ct= constant, 42. on (x,t) ... the interval [x0 − ct0,x0 + ct0] ...
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Positive: 79 %
3.1 Definition of the Derivative ... = 2x2 −3x −5. (a) Show that for h = 0, ... (x −9)+ 1 3 = − x 54 + 1 2. 30. 1 t +9, a = 2 31. x +1 x −1
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Positive: 65 %
6. Distribution and Quantile Functions. ... ^x f(t) dt\) for \(x \in \R\). \(f(x) = F^\prime(x)\) if \(f\) ... (x) = 4 x^3 - 3 x^4, \quad 0 \le x \le 1\) \ ...
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Positive: 42 %

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