Two Problems

Sunday 15 February 2004 at 3:34 pm | In Articles | Post Comment

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1. Give an example of an easy calculation that most simple calculators get wrong

2. If f\left(x\right)=\ln\ln\sin x find f^{\prime}\left(x\right) [Hint: think carefully about f\left(x\right) before you differentiate]

1. 1+2\times3 try it!

2. The domain of f is \emptyset (the empty set) so it makes no sense to try to differentiate it. This is an example of why the domain of a function is as important as the rule given by the function

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