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hlp with another math problem plz  


hlp from my diff. geo. book i dun get it:
Let κ(s) (>0) and τ(s) be continuous functions of a real variable s, defined in an interval I: 0≤s≤a. The formulae of Frenet 

Posted On: 03/08/2008 10:26AM  View a dallop a daisy...'s Profile  #  

We have to prove that there exists a solution of (20.1) or of (20.1’ ) satisfying given initial conditions, say 

Posted On: 03/08/2008 10:26AM  View a dallop a daisy...'s Profile  #  
You mean like this?
n! = 1×2 x 3 x … x (n2) x (n1) x n n!/n = 1×2 x 3 x … x (n2) x (n1) = (n1)!
EDIT: Hold on, I took a closer look and I know what you mean now. Let me look a little longer. Log in to see images!
EDIT: I’m a little confused, but it seems to me that when you integrate Vk^(n1) you end up with n in the denominator, and the rest is supposed to work out. I didn’t actually do the work though. Skyreal edited this message on 03/08/2008 11:07AM 

Posted On: 03/08/2008 10:46AM  View Skyreal's Profile  #  