To solve something like: Would I use the chain rule twice?
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Multiply out and then use the product rule. You'll have to use the chain rule once. EDIT: Looking at your code did you mean ?
Originally Posted by Riyzar Multiply out and then use the product rule. You'll have to use the chain rule once. That's (3x^2-9) raised to the 14th
Ah ok, then yes you will. You should use the chain rule to find the derivatives of and of And then use the product rule.
So that ends up being:
Close, look at this:
oh god, I added in that 48 by mistake.
Easy mistake you did the same thing for the derivative of So just make sure you check that and then you should be good!
Originally Posted by Riyzar Easy mistake you did the same thing for the derivative of So just make sure you check that and then you should be good! I enter in: And it comes back as incorrect, what do I need to do next? Wait that's not my question. I now want to know what to do with the 16x in Math anxiety
Last edited by Zanderist; March 13th 2010 at 05:31 PM.
Originally Posted by Zanderist I enter in: And it comes back as incorrect, what do I need to do next? Wait that's not my question. I now want to know what to do with the 16x in Math anxiety
Last edited by ione; March 13th 2010 at 06:32 PM.
Originally Posted by ione Alright, so what I've learned for this problem, is to treat it as two chain rules, then use the product rule.