Differentiate for x (3x^2-4x+3)sin(2x) / 9 (6x-x^-1/2+3)2cos(2x)/9
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Not yet, you need to employ the product rule here which is, if
Do you follow?
Barely touched calculus- derived instantaneous gradient and looked at x^4 becomes 4x^3, and table of derivatives. But i'm a real newbie.
Originally Posted by stophe73 Differentiate for x (3x^2-4x+3)sin(2x) / 9
This guy here is the product rule
used when you differentiate a product.
In your case make ifnd and
so we get,
Last edited by pickslides; February 15th 2011 at 12:02 AM.
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Thats a big Help.....thanks.
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