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19 hours ago, BTGBullseye said:

3670 - V

You can't take the derivative of a constant 3671

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4 hours ago, Im_IRS said:

You can't take the derivative of a constant 3671

3672 - Sure you can, it'll be 0.

Edited by kerdios (see edit history)

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29 minutes ago, kerdios said:

3672 - Sure you can, it'll be 1.

3673- And I thought American education was bad

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24 minutes ago, Im_IRS said:

3673- And I thought American education was bad

3674 -hehheh, let me fix that...

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3675 - [

 

I have no idea what you guys are going on about.

Don't insult me. I have trained professionals to do that.

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8 hours ago, BTGBullseye said:

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I have no idea what you guys are going on about.

3676- x is a variable and can be seen as a stand alone function, '7'(or any definite number) is a constant.

 

A derivative of f(x) with respect to x is a function that shows f(x)'s instantaneous rate of change at any input for x. 

A constant number never changes, therefore its derivative is 0.

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3678- 

 

Say are given a funtion f(X) = Y = X^2, and two points(values for X) 'A' and 'B'. 

 

You want to know, on average, how much Y, the output of the function, changes with respect to X, the input, between point A and point B.

 

The formula for this average rate of change is rise over run, or change in Y over change in X. Or using our set up: 

 

f(A) - f(B) divided by B - A

 

Does this make sense so far?

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3679 - _

 

I'm not tired right now, not drunk, and it still isn't working. I must just be lazy. 🤷‍♂️

Don't insult me. I have trained professionals to do that.

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