Can someone please help me in finding the derivitive of the function: Technically it's finding (dy/dx), but please help!
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I need the answer in the form " dy/dx = ", and quite frankly I have no idea how to go about doing this. If someone can post it I'd be grateful.
Last edited by Quiz0n; October 8th 2007 at 12:53 PM.
Hello, Quiz0n! You are expected to know that: . . . . and the Chain Rule. So exactly where is your difficulty? Differentiate: . We have: . Therefore: .
Originally Posted by Soroban Hello, Quiz0n! You are expected to know that: . . . . and the Chain Rule. So exactly where is your difficulty? We have: . Therefore: . the poster wants dx/dy
Thank you guys so much, the post above was meant to say " dy / dx ." Sorry for the mistype, Jhevon. Thanks again!
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