Hello can someone please show me how to do this sum correct I need to find the derivative of x^-4(1-X^-4)^3 the correct answer is in yellow at the bottom,my answer is above it please see attached photo thanks
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Originally Posted by wolfhound Hello can someone please show me how to do this sum correct I need to find the derivative of x^-4(1-X^-4)^3
Originally Posted by wolfhound Hello can someone please show me how to do this sum correct I need to find the derivative of x^-4(1-X^-4)^3 the correct answer is in yellow at the bottom,my answer is above it please see attached photo thanks Looks like an application of the product and chain rule Why they want you to use the binomial expansion is beyond me but it's as follows up to
Originally Posted by e^(i*pi) Looks like an application of the product and chain rule Why they want you to use the binomial expansion is beyond me but it's as follows up to Hello, should it not be
Originally Posted by wolfhound Hello, should it not be yes it should.
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