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If x and z are independent variables, then the function should be written as h(x,z), and the derivative with respect to z should be denoted by . In this case, x is treated a constant, so .
Thanks/ So variables are constants, unless they are taken with respect to the function?
Originally Posted by rabert1 So variables are constants, unless they are taken with respect to the function? Sorry, this sentence does not make much sense.
Originally Posted by rabert1 So variables are constants, unless they are taken with respect to the function? Have you studied implicit differentiation? Like a circle: . We want to find . Thus solve for .
thanks for replying! How would one know when the variable is a constant or not? See you have from the equation: and Why wouldn't
Last edited by rabert1; April 7th 2012 at 07:00 PM.
Originally Posted by rabert1 thanks for replying! How would one know when the variable is a constant or not? See you have from the equation: and Why wouldn't One is expected to know that a circle is in two variables, usually .
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