Hi,

I'm not arriving at the correct answer, kindly point out my mistake(s).

Derivative of:

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- Dec 4th 2010, 02:48 PMHellbentDerivative
Hi,

I'm not arriving at the correct answer, kindly point out my mistake(s).

Derivative of:

- Dec 4th 2010, 03:01 PMTheCoffeeMachine
- Dec 4th 2010, 03:09 PMe^(i*pi)
This problem requires the chain rule:

Hence

If you like you can let giving and then using the chain rule: - Dec 4th 2010, 03:26 PMCreebe
Okay, just use the chain rule. If you're not familiar with the chain rule, read this:

Chain rule - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Anyway, here is the math:

1.

Now becomes

2. Differentiate:

What you did is that you used the product rule. Only use the product rule when you have something like this: Here, is a function of , and is a function of as well.

Your question is however: It means that is a function of , and is a function of - Dec 4th 2010, 04:29 PMHellbent

- Dec 4th 2010, 05:27 PMharish21