I believe a computer would solve this easier than a human, amirite?

If x=2π => (∂/∂x)[sin(2x-π/2)+6]=(∂/∂*2π)[sin(4π-π/2)+6]=(∂/∂*2π)[sin(7π/2)+6]=(∂/∂*2π)(-1+6)=∂/∂*2π*5=5∂/∂*2π And I have no idea how to get the partial derivate out since I haven’t been to my college classes :(

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47!

zero… the partial derivative is just a bluff since there is just only one variable

6.. the answer is always 6

You fools!
Clearly the answer is “42”

brb…suicide…

Yep, the partial derivative is just trolling there. U mad ?

42…

You, it’s actually a really crappy captcha, because the answer will always be some small number, often an integer. So a really insistent bot who tries random small numbers should get past in a couple of tries.

the answer is “nigger”. always.

A: FFFUUU

=2.5

The answer is -0

it boils down to cos(-pi/2), and thats 0

I believe a computer would solve this easier than a human, amirite?

If x=2π => (∂/∂x)[sin(2x-π/2)+6]=(∂/∂*2π)[sin(4π-π/2)+6]=(∂/∂*2π)[sin(7π/2)+6]=(∂/∂*2π)(-1+6)=∂/∂*2π*5=5∂/∂*2π And I have no idea how to get the partial derivate out since I haven’t been to my college classes :(

=(

47!

zero… the partial derivative is just a bluff since there is just only one variable

6.. the answer is always 6

You fools!

Clearly the answer is “42”

brb…suicide…

Yep, the partial derivative is just trolling there. U mad ?

42…

You, it’s actually a really crappy captcha, because the answer will always be some small number, often an integer. So a really insistent bot who tries random small numbers should get past in a couple of tries.