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Let Q(x) be a polynomial of degree less than N. Prove that 1 1 Q(x)PN (x)dx = 0

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Let Q(x) be a polynomial of degree less than N. Prove that 1 1 Q(x)PN (x)dx = 0.

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1.3 & 1.4 Notes Summary 1.3 – The limit of a Function The limit tells us the behavior of the function as it approaches the limit value. For example, n lim 1+ 1 n→4( ) n As n approaches 4, we can determine the behavior the function will have. Examples: 2 lim x −x+2 =4 x→2...

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Textbook: Differential Equations
Edition: 4
Author: Stephen W. Goode
ISBN: 9780321964670

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