How is the answer in part a the derivative of the given function? Here's the problem:
ImageShack® Math problem help
I get: s'(t) = A(-sin(wt+d)) x d/dx (wt+d)
but isnt the derivative of (wt+d), when w and d are constants, 0?
How is the answer in part a the derivative of the given function? Here's the problem:
ImageShack® Math problem help
I get: s'(t) = A(-sin(wt+d)) x d/dx (wt+d)
but isnt the derivative of (wt+d), when w and d are constants, 0?