sputnik,are u high?
This is a song about baby Jesus?
final fantasy x
This isn't so great but I'm still stoked for Pink Tape. :]
f(x) = x /(x+1), express f(2x) in terms of f(x)
there's a song on the album written/(co-written?) by sophie ellis bextor!
Now find f'(x).
fuck that im not taking the derivative of a fraction. that's a pain in the ass
Psh, better than taking the integral of a fucking logarithm.
actually it's written^(co-written?)
It's theacademy, what did you expect?
song is alright, krystal is looking guuuuuuuuuud with the red hair
having semi high hopes for the album because the year in kpop has been shit so far (except for i got a boy, best song ever)
"fuck that im not taking the derivative of a fraction. that's a pain in the ass"
>pain in the ass
Dem quotient rules.
liek you take this function and you apply that rule and then you have the derivative wow that was a pain in the ass lol glad the rest of the maths is easier x D
man i hate when your watchin tv and the shows are quiet but then the commercials are loud as fuck
it's like they took that intro scene right from 'the boys'
"liek you take this function and you apply that rule and then you have the derivative wow that was a pain in the ass lol glad the rest of the maths is easier x D"
Are you really starting a nerdy math fight? : P
but i alredy won lol nerd stay small gg pc
can the album be available for downloadings on the soul seekers already like FUCK man
yea ive been refreshing like WTF ugh
The statements of ftc and ftc1
. Before we get to the proofs, let's rst state the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and the Inverse Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. When we
do prove them, we'll prove ftc1 before we prove ftc. The ftc is what Oresme propounded
back in 1350.
is called the rst fundamental theorem and ftc the second fundamental theorem, but that gets the history backwards.)
Theorem 1 (ftc). If F
is continuous on [a; b], then
(x) dx = F(b) F(a):
In other words, if F is an antiderivative of f, then
f(x) dx = F(b) F(a):
A common notation for F(b) F(a) is F(x)
There are stronger statements of these theorems that don't have the continuity assumptions stated here, but these are the ones we'll prove.
Theorem 2 (ftc1
). If f is a continuous function on the closed interval [a; b], and F is its
accumulation function dened by
F(x) = Z x
for x in [a; b], then F is dierentiable on [a; b] and its derivative is f, that is, F
(x) = f(x)
for x 2 [a; b].
Frequently, the conclusion of this theorem is written
dx Z x
f(t) dt = f(x):
Note that a dierent variable t is used in the integrand since x already has a meaning.
Logicians and computer scientists are comfortable using the same variable for two dierent
purposes, but they have to resort to the concept of scope" of a variable in order to pull that
o. It's usually easier to make sure that each variable only has one meaning. Thus, we use
one variable x as a limit of integration, but a dierent variable t inside the integral.
Our rst proof is of the ftc1
alright tree lets math this thread
1 = 0 where's your god now
"yea ive been refreshing like WTF ugh"
it's available on some dude's blog you'll find it through google
I swear to god, f(x) are the worst group in kpop right now. Boring songs, poor style, can't dance, no exceptional singers...Krystal is really their only redeeming factor. Nu ABO was pretty alright, but everything else has been really mediocre. I don't understand why they're so hyped in the US.
idk there really isn't much going on in kpop for me atm. most groups i care for aren't doing anything.
they r good dancers!
the album rules!
i like it ye