• anonymous
Some of the questions in the problem sets refer to equations (i.e. "prove using (2)") but how do you know which equation is which number?
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  • phi
Can you provide a link to the problem set ?
  • anonymous
Those references pertain to materials made available for a different calculus course, available here: Click on the PDF link for the relevant topic, such as approximation (if that's what you're dealing with). Equation numbers appear in those materials.
  • anonymous
Thanks so much!

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