1 , i
Apparently the answer is
z= 1 + (i-1) t
Any idea how to solve this?
A function, f, has a derivative, f', in all of the domain. Is the derivative, f', a continuous function?
Any ideas? I know that if a function is differentiable everywhere if it is continuous. Im not too sure about the derivative.1 AnswerMathematics8 years ago
Fermat's Theorem If p is a prime, a is a natural number, then p / (a^p - p)
I) p / (1+2+3+...+(p-1)
II) p / (1^p+2^p+3^p...+(p-1)^p)
III) p/ (1^(p-1)+2^(p-1)+3^(p-1)...+(p-1)^(p-1) +1)
Can someone help me out?
Let f(x) = x / IxI if x ≠ 0
Let f(x) = 0 if x = 0
a) rewrite this expression without using the absolute value symbol.
b) Show that f may be also be expressed as
f(x) = lim n→∞ (2/π) arctan(nx) ; -∞<x<∞
Im not sure how to start it. any help would be greatly appreciated3 AnswersMathematics8 years ago
If points J and K are inside the triangle CDE then the line JK< perimeter of CDE.
I'm think I would try prove by contradiction. So I would assume line JK >= perimeter of CDE. Where do I go from here?
I know it obvious the line is smaller than the perimeter by I cant prove it.Any help would be greatly appreciated3 AnswersMathematics9 years ago