Pauls Online Notes : Calculus I - DerivativesAs always, I have a very loose definition of what these things mean, so going slow would be appreciated.
1) g(x) = sqrt(9 + 4x)
2) 9cos(x) + (5/7)cot(x)
straight-forward derivative of two trig functions
3) y = (6 + sin(x)) / (6x + cos(x)) Find the derivative
4) sec(x) Find the second derivative fprime(pi/3)
derivative of the derivative ... 2nd derivative will involve the product rule.
5) y = e^(9e^x))
chain rule again
6) y = sqrt( (1-x) / (1 + x))
chain rule in conjunction with the quotient rule ... unless you know logarithmic differentiation.
I really don't have a clue what I'm doing here.
then get one ... go to the link.