i want to differentiate with respect to y. So. which is Is that correct?
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again you're running into this same problem where you want to do a partial derivative in terms of y, but you're not holding x as a constant. what type of function of y are you needing to differentiate (ie. polynomial, quotient etc.)
Originally Posted by el123 i want to differentiate with respect to y. So. which is Is that correct? Just treat like a number. and are just constants. If you were derivating , what would you get? You'd get . Just extend that notion to this problem.
so its Is that what your saying?
You have to multiply that by , to complete the chain rule, so the answer is .
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