A list of forty five numbers, to an accuracy of my choosing, wouldn't be that hard. I memorized the first five hundred digits of pi over ten years ago and I can still write them down on a piece of paper if I had to. There are many different ways to remember long numbers and lists, some techniques dating back to ancient Greece. Ironically, they don't bother teaching these techniques to school children.

]]>it's not like I sat down and memorized the trigonomic tables....hmm, I have to put that on my to-do list.

Which is only second to memorizing The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences

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560x^4 + 1120x^3 + 840x^2 + 280x + 35

81x^4 - 216x^3 + 216x^2 - 96x + 16

And have to integrate it back to something resembling what we have above?!

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y = (2x+1 / 3x-2)^5

find dy/dx using the quotation and chain rules.

ive got an answer but i think i got confussed during the quotation rule.

Thanks

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