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Analogy of hyperbolic and trigonometric functions

Differentiating a power of \(x\) when the power is rational.
If and only if characterizations of linear functions.

This proof is three lines long.

Skirt integration by parts using a method of undetermined coefficients.

F is differentiable at a if and only if the difference quotient is uniformly continuous.

Payments on loans also generate continuous interest type problems.

Inequalities by applying the mean value theorem to \(\ln x\)

A general formula for that area of a parabola in terms of its parameters

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