Differentiate: y =
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Originally Posted by Samantha Differentiate: y = Use the quotient rule: then: here and , and so: and: Putting this all together: which you can simplify for yourself. RonL
Originally Posted by Samantha Differentiate: y = Using the quotient rule: We can play around with the denominator, but I see no value in that. which gives us no cancellations that I can see. -Dan
Last edited by topsquark; Jul 9th 2007 at 07:48 AM.
Find dy/dx for y=
Last edited by Samantha; Jul 9th 2007 at 05:06 AM.
Originally Posted by Samantha Find dy/dx for y= Please use a new post for a new question. The simple way: So -Dan
Originally Posted by topsquark Please use a new post for a new question. The simple way: So -Dan I'm not sure if I wrote it right. It's suppose to be square root of x+1
I didn't get it =(
ThePerfectHacker used the multiplication rule: So we want to find the derivative of then and . The derivative of is . So as TPH said. -Dan
Hello, Samantha! If you want to surprise/impress/terrify your teacher, use these identities: . . . . Differentiate: . We have: . Then: . . . Therefore: .
Originally Posted by Soroban Hello, Samantha! If you want to surprise/impress/terrify your teacher, use these identities: . . . . We have: . Then: . . . Therefore: . (Chuckles) I like it. -Dan
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