h(t) = [sqrt(t) ]*[(1-tē)]
find derivative using product rule any help on how to solve this would be nice i cant come to the awnser in the back of my book :/
also how do u do squareroot and other signs i see most people use when posting on forums?
h(t) = [sqrt(t) ]*[(1-tē)]
find derivative using product rule any help on how to solve this would be nice i cant come to the awnser in the back of my book :/
also how do u do squareroot and other signs i see most people use when posting on forums?
Just in case a picture helps...
... where
... is the product rule. Straight continuous lines differentiate downwards (integrate up) with respect to t
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