base change inconsistant ?
#1
Im having doubts about the base change ...

Might post more later.

regards

tommy1729
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#2
For instance , how do we express the derivative of b^^x dx by using the base change ? I got something weird and it made me suspicious.
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#3
Is that the only one way to express the derivative of b^^x dx?

I think that I have another way to express it.
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