So you tried, or you didn’t, now here is the derivative of 1/sqr(x)
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“As h approached zero I reachedÂ the limit of my understanding.”
So it seemed to me that calculus without limits would be a good idea.
Not just for powers of x, but also for trig, exp and log functions.
This is the first of several posts on this subject.
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