take derivitive:
y=arcsin(2t)^(1/2)
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take derivitive:
y=arcsin(2t)^(1/2)
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There is an error in your book then. In the radicand of our derivative:
$\displaystyle (\sqrt{2t})^2\neq2t^{2}$
And the derivative of the argument inside the sine inverse, does not produce a $\displaystyle \sqrt{2}$ in the numerator, even after rationalizing the $\displaystyle \sqrt{2t}$ in the denominator of both or our problems.