get in here math fags

Isn't the answer to this = tan(tan(a)) ?????????

**Posts**- Miscellaneous
- Archive
- Home

All urls found in this thread:

Let F be the integral of tan(tan(x))

Then you've got d/dx F(a) - F(x)

F(a) is a constant with respect to X so that disappears.

So you've got -d/dx F(x).

We defined F as the integral of tan(tan(x)), by definition -d/dx F(x) = -tan(tan(x))

26 months ago

Thank you so much for helping me out. This explainaition will really help me out in the future

26 months ago

it's a formula. The integral from a to x of function f is the function which, when derivated, equals to f, and is equal to 0 when x=a. since x was on the lower side here, you just had to reverse it with a minus sign.

26 months ago

This website may contain content of an adult nature. If you are under the age of 18, if such content offends you or if it is illegal to view such content in your community, please EXIT.

Enter Exit

We use cookies to personalize content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyze our traffic. We also share information about your use of our site with our advertising and analytics partners.

Accept Exit