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# Maths problem watch

1. 1/μ *dμ/dx =−2/x

Find μ

Can someone help me with this please?
2. It's variable separable. Multiple both sides by dx, integrate

3. (Original post by maxfire)

How to make it look prettier:

use \dfrac rather than \frac

So you can make it look like this:

4. (Original post by Chwirkytheappleboy)
How to make it look prettier:

use \dfrac rather than \frac

So you can make it look like this:

I know...

I only use \dfrac if I have a lot to write on each side of the fraction, rather that one letter/number.

And I only make the integral signs long if they're shorter than the function I'm integrating.
5. (Original post by maxfire)
I know...
Alright no need to be sarcastic I was just trying to be helpful... it just looks nicer when it's less cramped up
6. (Original post by Chwirkytheappleboy)
Alright no need to be sarcastic I was just trying to be helpful... it just looks nicer when it's less cramped up
wow does it really matter.. not like it was unclear anyway..
7. I see no sarcasm in my post.

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