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Fatma Faruq

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what does f belongs to C^2[a,b] mean?
Posted: Apr 18, 2010 4:43 AM
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i've been studying for my numerical methods class and well its come up twice and i've googled it but got nothing...
f (epsilon) C^2[a,b]
f (epsilon) C^(n+1)[a,b]
what do these expressions mean??



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