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How to calculate the limit of #x-sqrt(x^2+x+1)*(ln(e^x+x)/x)#?
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How to calculate the limit of #((1+x)^{x}-1)^x# when #x->+0# ?
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Does anybody know how to solve the limit of #(x^x-x^{x^2})/(1-x)^2# when #x->1# ?
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How to prove that #7*25^n+2*6^(n+1)# divides 19?
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How to prove that #7*25^n+2*6^(n+1)# divides 19?
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Thank you!
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How to prove that #7*25^n+2*6^(n+1)# divides 19?
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How do you solve the system of equations #9x - 7y = - 8# and # - 10x - 13y = - 10#?
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I'm sorry, I wrote it wrong. The expression should be: #7*25^n+2*6^(n+1)#
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How to prove that #7*25^n+2*6^(n+1)# divides 19?
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How to prove that #7*25^n+2*6^(n+1)# divides 19?
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How do you rationalize the denominator of #1/(sqrt(2)+sqrt(3)+sqrt(5))#?
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