Hey All, If y=sinh^2t is y' 2sinh(t)cosh(t) or 2sinh(t)tcosh(t) how would you take t as a constant ? as it don't say in the question thanks
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Originally Posted by dadon Hey All, If y=sinh^2t is y' 2sinh(t)cosh(t) or 2sinh(t)tcosh(t) how would you take t as a constant ? as it don't say in the question thanks it would be the first one 2sinh(t)cosh(t) what do you mean take t constant? it's not a constant
Thanks lol sorry not with it today.
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