hello I need some help with finding the derivative of 4x(squareroot 1-x^2) Please look at the drawing, the correct answer is in green ,I cant seem to get it? Please help Thanks
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Hi wolfhound, just use a combination of the product rule and chain rule to solve. since
Originally Posted by wolfhound hello I need some help with finding the derivative of 4x(squareroot 1-x^2) Please look at the drawing, the correct answer is in green ,I cant seem to get it? Please help Thanks
Thanks , But I still cannot finish the question to find the answer in the green, how do I do this?
The final two fractions now have a common denominator, wolfhound. They can now be added to get the result in green. See my earlier post and how the denominators are made equal.
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