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/sci/ feels 2016-01-07 20:28:40 Post No. 7768201

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>"the proof of this important theorem is left as an exercise for the reader"

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>f'(x) instead of df/dx

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>>7768204

f' is just the "name" of the function obtained by taking the derivative. The real travesty is that you don't seem to understand the difference between a function evaluated at x and a function.

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>>7768204

>df/dx

>Not [math] D _ x ^ 1 f(x)[/math]

Plebius Maximus

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>>7768204

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notation_for_differentiation

Interesting article

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>Lecturers who waste time on proofs that you easily could do by yourself

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>>7768201

>"but the proof is beyond the scope of this book"

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>>7768201

>not being able to do the simplest proofs

maybe you don't belong there. I know your type. Find another major because you won't make it.

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Serre's algebra book has an exercise which simply says "pick up any book on homological algebra and prove all of the theorems without looking." I think you might just be a bitch.

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>>7768627

For real? Goddamn son

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>>7768627

It's Lang's book you pleb.

Keep showing your ignorance.

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