Derivative of a Constant Function using the Definition of the Derivative

in MES Science4 months ago (edited)

In this video I show that the derivative of a constant function is just 0.

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Thanks for your contribution. And what do you think about the 'einstein' tile?

Interesting, I hadn't heard of an Einstein tile before! Apparently a tile was just found that is an Einstein tile:

Also, I had written before about tilings, and in particular in the context of quasicrystals:
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