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Re: Proving an Equation when the function is unknownIT IS A GOOD QUESTION!!! After substition, According to Chain Rule Thus you can compute the right of your equation and use cos²θ+sin²θ=1 to prove it equates the left. Last edited by George,Y (20060513 21:39:22) X'(yXβ)=0 #5 20060513 23:59:16
Re: Proving an Equation when the function is unknownrenjer, Character is who you are when no one is looking. 