can i start by rewriting it as = (x^-1/2)(1 +√x)^-2??
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so when i derive 1 + √x does the square root turn into a negative ^-1/2 or will it be positive??
Originally Posted by asilvester635 so when i derive 1 + √x does the square root turn into a negative ^-1/2 or will it be positive?? look at my response again ... btw, it's differentiate, not "derive".
Originally Posted by asilvester635 so when i derive 1 + √x does the square root turn into a negative ^-1/2 or will it be positive?? What is the derivative of
Originally Posted by asilvester635 can i start by rewriting it as = (x^-1/2)(1 +√x)^-2?? And so By plugging in into we get: Check: integration 1/(((x)^(1/2))((1+((x)^(1/2))))^2) dx from x=1 to 9 - Wolfram|Alpha
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