When you have you know you're differentiating respect to , and when you take the derivative of , you use the chain rule, for that reason yields
I don't really get this method, it wasn't explained thoroughly in the book. It says:
"Differentiate term by term through the function, remembering that in differentiating functions of y you are differentiating a function of a function".
Then it gives an example:
Find of
I don't know why . I know that y is really a polynomial in x and that 'somehow' complicates things, but it doesn't make sense to me to just add a to the end
I also never knew you could differentiate an 'equation'... could you effectively write this Equation ?