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    [SOLVED] how to simplify this?

    1/2aX^2 +bXY + h'(y) = bX + cY, where a,b,c are constants.

    the answer is h'(y) = cY

    can anyone show me how this is so? i can't understand how this is the value of h'(y)..
    Last edited by greencheeseca; February 15th 2010 at 04:07 AM. Reason: solved
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    already solved.

    Quote Originally Posted by greencheeseca View Post
    1/2aX^2 +bXY + h'(y) = bX + cY, where a,b,c are constants.

    the answer is h'(y) = cY

    can anyone show me how this is so? i can't understand how this is the value of h'(y)..
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