A problem in calculus
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- Subject: [mg72469] A problem in calculus
- From: kaipku at gmail.com
- Date: Sat, 30 Dec 2006 05:35:43 -0500 (EST)
I have a problem to solve.
Let x(z)= a4*z^4+a3*z^3+a2*z^2+a1*z+1 be a polynomial in z.
I want the formula of the j'th derivative in z of (x(z))^(1/2). I think
this kind of problems should have been solved. But I do not
know where to find the formula. Could someone please find it for
me? Thank you very much!
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