X^(1/2)+y^(1/2)=16 can some one show me step by step because the teacher wants it written out so im trying to get it on the homework.
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The equation states that the functions and are equal everywhere. Because they are equal, they have equal derivatives: With the Chain Rule, we can now find in terms of and .
Originally Posted by Nightasylum X^(1/2)+y^(1/2)=16 can some one show me step by step because the teacher wants it written out so im trying to get it on the homework.
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