## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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I cosm x dx = in1) in1) 1.00 0.99 0.98 0.97 a% <X% 0.94 093 092 091 a% 089

088 The

= nr(n) which enables the

I cosm x dx = in1) in1) 1.00 0.99 0.98 0.97 a% <X% 0.94 093 092 091 a% 089

088 The

**function**T is known as the gamma**function**. It obeys the relation T(n + 1)= nr(n) which enables the

**function**of a large argument to be reduced to that of ...Page 577

MATHEMATICAL APPENDIX A. Taylor's or the General Mean-value Theorem. —

A fundamental theorem of mathematics is that if /(x) is a

derivatives of the first n orders in the interval between x = a and x = b, then /(x) ...

MATHEMATICAL APPENDIX A. Taylor's or the General Mean-value Theorem. —

A fundamental theorem of mathematics is that if /(x) is a

**function**of x which hasderivatives of the first n orders in the interval between x = a and x = b, then /(x) ...

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The partial derivatives are handled just as ordinary algebraic quantities would be

. The representative term ,/0r, y) means the nth partial derivative with respect to x

and the mth partial derivative with respect to y of the

The partial derivatives are handled just as ordinary algebraic quantities would be

. The representative term ,/0r, y) means the nth partial derivative with respect to x

and the mth partial derivative with respect to y of the

**function**/(x, y) evaluated at ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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