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I'm not sure how to write all the equations with 1,2,3,4 appearing in order. But you certainly don't need the factorials: 2^(1+4)3=29 (1+2)^3+4=31 Here are 19 and 23 in order: 1+(2+3)*4=19... 
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Here is another way it can be done, without using l'Hopital's rule (I noticed you had another enotes question that required avoiding l'Hopital's rule) You can factor: `y^21` as `(y1)(y+1)`... 
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Your best bet is to do this numerically: First: notice that the right hand side of the equation, `e^(x^4)` , is always positive. But the left hand side of the equation, 4x, is negative if... 
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If two lines are parallel, they have the same slope. The slope of `y=3/4 x 1` is `3/4` So we want a line with slope `3/4` , that goes through the point `(4,0)` We know the slope, we... 
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1) The number beside `x^2` is A, so: `f(x)=3(x+B)^2+C` 2) Factor out A. That is, divide everything by 3: `f(x)=3(x^2+2x+7/3)` 3) The number that is next to `x` is double B So, to find B,...
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