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Last edited by wcy (20120113 18:30:38)
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I have both bad news and good news for you.
bad news isyour theorem has already exist. in differential equation field, there is a similar formula called Euler's Method to evaluate f(x+a), given f'(x+t) 0<t<a and f(x).
Still Congratulations! You have your Own Thought and Creativity.
Keep this thinking habit and Eventually you'll break a point in some field!
X'(yXβ)=0
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Luck ain't even lucky
Got to make your own breaks
X'(yXβ)=0
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