Given y = f(x) prove that the derivative of y^2 with respect to x^2 is given by dy/dx.y/x .Hence find the derivative of y^2 with respect to x^2 given f(x) = [x^2][e^(-x^3)] - xe^(-x)
Follow Math Help Forum on Facebook and Google+
Use the chain rule. Let . Then so .
er .. u misunderstanding the question .?? >> Prove that the derivative of with respect to is given by .
This is my solution ... anyone can confirm for me ..?? where g is inverse function of f (proven)
can it be this way ..?? last few step not sure ..
View Tag Cloud