auteur52 wrote:Edit: Looks like someone added to the wiki page since I looked at it this morning. Never mind then.
skeptical scientist wrote:auteur52 wrote:Edit: Looks like someone added to the wiki page since I looked at it this morning. Never mind then.
Looks like it was some guy named "skeptical scientist". Hmmm.....
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Klotz wrote:dnx/dxn of xx is xx is xx(1+ln(x))n
notzeb wrote:Klotz wrote:dnx/dxn of xx is xx is xx(1+ln(x))n
plugging in x = 1, we get that all the derivatives of xx are 1. This seems... wrong.
CatProximity wrote:or some accurate bullshit along those lines.
SecondTalon wrote:... that mentality is what's pretty much made me want to kill just about everyone involved in any debate, ever. Simply for the inability to see that no problem has a binary Yes/No solution.
Klotz wrote:Another "breakthrough"
The integral of (1+x)x is equal to kxx*hypergeom([1, -x], , -x/k)
So if we take the limit as k goes to zero, we should have the solution. Can anybody evaluate that limit?
edit: this also may be an instance of maple doing an integral incorrectly...
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