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Topic: Type Of Derivative Where Argument Is Both Variable AND Constant?
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Re: Type Of Derivative Where Argument Is Both Variable AND Constant?
Posted: Jan 28, 2006 11:12 PM
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Wow, Kaimbridge, you understand all that?

I got lost somewhere when I encountered a wrong spelling inside that
rosetta. Fortunately I was able to get out.

I pay you 3 yellow apples if you can translate that into simpler mode
that I could understand better, er, at all.

You scared me with that so much that I might not search wikipedia.org
anymore on any Math subject.




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