How to Derive Equations From the Nth Order?

Answer If a function f(x) is differentiated, we obtain its derivative, known as f'(x). If this first derivative is further differentiated, we obtain its second derivative, f"(x), and if the second derivat... Read More »

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How to Derive Physics Equations?

Calculus, especially derivatives, plays a key role in physics. You probably learned about slope in high school algebra. A function with a curved graph has a constantly changing slope. The slope is ... Read More »

What foods from Spain derive from Arabic, Jewish and Berber culture?

OK. The use of olive oil which is the foundation of Spanish cuisine, comes from the Greeks who you didn't ask about. It is possible that Marzapan and turrón also come from Greece although their o... Read More »

How to Solve Higher Order Linear Equations With LN?

Linear equations, by definition, are equations of the form ax+b=c. As such, linear equations are of order 1, and if they have the term "ln," it exists in regards to the c coefficient only. For inst... Read More »

How to Derive the Pythagorean Theorem from Heron's Formula?

We are going to derive the Pythagorean Theorem from Heron's formula for the area of a triangle. This is not the best proof since it probably involves circular reasoning as most proofs of Heron's fo... Read More »