A curious formula

Paideia Surcolombiana

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Title A curious formula
Una fórmula curiosa
Creator Silva, Augusto
Description The objective of this article is to show a formula that allows to calculate derivatives of high order, let's say 4, 5 or more, of a product of functions without having to know the intermediate derivatives. The result is curious, since it keeps a lot of analogy with the formula known as the Binomial Theorem
El objetivo de este artículo es mostrar una fórmula que permita calcular derivadas de orden alto, digamos 4, 5 ó más, de un producto de funciones sin tener que conocer las derivadas intermedias. El resultado es curioso, dado que guarda mucha analogía con la fórmula conocida con el nombre de Teorema del Binomio:
Publisher Universidad Surcolombiana
Date 2016-08-10
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Format application/pdf
Identifier https://www.journalusco.edu.co/index.php/paideia/article/view/984
Source Paideia Surcolombiana; No 6 (1997); 75-76
Paideia Surcolombiana; Núm. 6 (1997); 75-76
Language spa
Relation https://www.journalusco.edu.co/index.php/paideia/article/view/984/1910
Rights Derechos de autor 2016 Revista Paideia Surcolombiana

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