tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7806043650549721218.post6739038575088856541..comments2020-05-21T04:54:59.847-05:00Comments on EPSILON-DELTA: Power Rule Warm UpRebecka Petersonhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/12227797437296056645noreply@blogger.comBlogger1125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7806043650549721218.post-72770427105992149492018-08-16T02:15:56.654-05:002018-08-16T02:15:56.654-05:00The puzzle was that, for example, 2x+3 could be th... The puzzle was that, for example, 2x+3 could be the derivative of x^2+3x-7...or it could be the antiderivative of 2 (not that we're using that jargon yet...). Similarly, 5 could be the derivative of 5x, or it could be the antiderivative of 0. <a href="https://www.exactinside.com/CRT-160-exactdumps.html" rel="nofollow">CRT-160 Exam Question</a><br /> Jennihttps://www.blogger.com/profile/09582185900717769751noreply@blogger.com