Algebraic Formulas

Radical properties; Logarithms; Changing the base of a logarithm

Other algebra formulas for calculus:

                                    
                                  

 and, moreover, we have:

                                  
                                  

 

The Radical Properties:

                                  

 

 

Logarithms

                                                    

                                

Changing the base of a logarithm               

                                                

                                                

                  

                    

Combinatorics

Permutations

Permutation is the number of all subsets of set.
                   

Arrangements

Represents the number of all subsets of k elements of an ordered set of n items.
                   

Combinations

Represents the number of all subsets (unordered) k elements of a set of n items.
                   

 

 

 

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