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A calculus proposition about sum and derivative
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A variant is including property III also where this is the analogue for 3 th derivative and then making the same conclusion.

This resembles the squeezing theorem imho.

Also the q-derivate is of intrest.



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Tommy1729
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RE: A calculus proposition about sum and derivative - by tommy1729 - 08/19/2016, 12:24 PM

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