The answer is no. Correct answer is

See the following example how this concept is applied in H2 math

**Example 1**

Differentiate with respect to x

Therefore

Ans: -1 if sin x > 0, 1 if sin x < 0

**Example 2**

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## Square root of x squared

## Try this long division problem!

## Factorial

Questions on factorial can appear in H2 math binomial expansion, partial fractions, method of difference, mathematical induction and probability. Knowing how to simplify and manipulate factorials are crucial to doing well.

**Two commonly used techniques**

1. Replace n! with n(n-1)!

2. Multiply by k/k or k! / k!

**Example 1**

** Example 2 **

Solve the inequality

(r+1)!(17-r)!(9-r)!(r+3)! > r!(18-r)!(10-r)!(r+2)!

(A level 2011, P2 Q11)

(r+1)r!(17-r)!(9-r)!(r+3)(r+2)! > r!(18-r)(17-r)!(10-r)(9-r)!(r+2)!

(r+1)(r+3)> (18-r)(10-r)

32r > 177

r > 5.53

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