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**Leibnitz** develops a fundamental **theorem**: One can find a curve / such that &/’&" = !.Itisgivenby Z (#!&"= /())% By 1690 **Leibnitz** has discovered most ideas in current calculus text books. **Leibnitz** was more interested in solving differential equations than

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**Leibnitz** **theorem** for derivatives of products, we have fïi j\ in + m — ;')! (18v) .1 t jn + m-i \ f jn + m + 2+j ^ /_, d«x2 - xAir^{x - x)l\íz^^x - 1)n7-A little effort will show that all the terms of the above series in (18v) vanish except for j = n ...

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Successive differentiation : Higher order derivatives of a function of single variable, **Leibnitz** s **theorem** (statement only and its application, problems of the type of recurrence relations in derivatives of different orders and also to find (yn )

**Leibnitz**’s **theorem** and its applications. www.sakshieducation.com www.sakshieducation.com SUCCESSIVE DIFFERENTIATION Let f be a differentiable function on an interval I. Then the derivative f′ is a function of x and

The Fundamental **Theorem** of the Fractional Calculus, and the Meaning of Fractional Derivatives H. Vic Dannon [email protected] September, 2008 ... interpreted the Fermat-Newton-**Leibnitz** Derivative in it. In terms of the Arithmetic Mean Calculus, we have

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imposing the **Leibnitz** rule on a probability set based on the so-called q-product with q ... Laplace **theorem**, the q-generalisation of the standard Central Limit **Theorem** for specially correlated variables. The correlation is based on the q-product and is scale-invariant since

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By employing the **Leibnitz** **theorem** for derivatives of products, it can be shown that A1 = 0, for all l = 0, 1, 2, * . . . Thus it is proved that (6) f' Pn(x)PnXp1+1(x) dx = 0 I=0 1, 2,... (6) ~ J1 (1 - X2)1"2 - Then, from (2) and (6), we have the following result:

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Abel’s **theorem**. Alternating series and **Leibnitz**’s test. Absolute and Conditional convergence. Statement and application of Riemmann’s **theorem** and Dirichlet’s **theorem** (without proof) on the rearrangement of terms of an infinite series. (Marks 15 ...

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