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P = 2 , 500 , 000 C = 50 , 000 i = 1%
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lim x !1 x + 3 x + 2 3 x +6 .
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f : D f ! R , x 7! y = p ln( x 2 + 4 x + 4) . D f f
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f : D f ! R , x 7! y = p ln( x 2 + 4 x + 4) . f
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f : D f ! R , x 7! y = 1 1 + x . P 3 ( x ) f x 0 = 0 P 3 ( x ) f (0 . 1)
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f : D f ! R , x 7! y = 1 1 + x . R 3 ( x ) f x 0 = 0 x 0 | R 3 ( x ) | x 4 .
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f : D f ! R , ( x, y ) 7! z = 3 e 2 a x + b y +5 a, b 2 R a b " f,x ( c, c ) " f,y ( c, c ) c > 0
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C xy C : x 2 + 5 x y + 12 y - a = 0 , a 2 R a 2 R c 2 R P = ( c, c ) C C P - 1
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P ( K, A ) = ( a K 0 . 25 + A 0 . 75 ) 4 a > 0 P K P A
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P ( K, A ) = ( a K 0 . 25 + A 0 . 75 ) 4 a > 0 a 2 R (1 , 16) - 4 3
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A ( x ) = x 4 , B ( x ) = x . A ( x ) ) B ( x ) . A ( x ) , B ( x ) . ¬ A ( x ) ) B ( x ) . A ( x ) ) ¬ B ( x ) .
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{ a n } n 2 N { b n } n 2 N { c n } n 2 N c n = a n - ( - 1) n b n { c n } n 2 N { c n } n 2 N { c n } n 2 N { a n } n 2 N { b n } n 2 N { c n } n 2 N lim n !1 a n = lim n !1 b n = 0
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{ a n } n 2 N a n > 0 n { b n } n 2 N b n = ln( a n ) n 2 N { b n } n 2 N { b n } n 2 N { b n } n 2 N
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i i = 2 . 35 % . i = 3 . 45 % . i = 4 . 65 % . i = 5 . 05 %
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