Hi everyone, which way should I approach this one.... Differentiate with respect to x
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Originally Posted by HNCMATHS Hi everyone, which way should I approach this one.... Differentiate with respect to x since is a constant, the derivative is 0. if you meant , then ...
Last edited by skeeter; January 30th 2011 at 05:13 AM. Reason: had arctan on the brain ...
Originally Posted by skeeter since is a constant, the derivative is 0. if you meant , then ... Hi thanks for the reply, however the problem I am working with is definately 3arccot 2t
Originally Posted by HNCMATHS Hi everyone, which way should I approach this one.... Differentiate with respect to x Well, you can either just accept that or If , then Now derive .
Originally Posted by HNCMATHS Hi everyone, which way should I approach this one.... Differentiate with respect to x I suppose you mean y = 3 arcot(2t) ....? (Which is exactly the point skeeter made in post #2 that you seem not to have grasped).
Originally Posted by HNCMATHS Hi everyone, which way should I approach this one.... Differentiate with respect to x from the chain rule which gives Using the notation "t"
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