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An Inverse Evaluation (Posted on 2006-05-25) Difficulty: 4 of 5
We know that f'(x) and f"(x) respectively denote the first derivative and second derivative of a given function f(x) with respect to x.
If P is the inverse function of S, and P'(x)=ex2; then:
2*S(x)*S'(x) + eS(x)2*S"(x) = ?

See The Solution Submitted by K Sengupta    
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  Subject Author Date
re: AcknowledgementJayDeeKay2006-07-03 16:03:31
AcknowledgementK Sengupta2006-06-12 23:27:19
re(2): Maybe the way? yes it is!Richard2006-05-30 16:31:06
Solutionre: Maybe the way? yes it is!JayDeeKay2006-05-30 16:18:56
Some ThoughtsMaybe the way?e.g.2006-05-28 14:45:07
Starting ideaGamer2006-05-25 14:17:25
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