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- January 1st 2013, 03:55 AM #1

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## Differnetiation

Hi I just finished some questions and got these wrong, I won't get to ask anyone till a few days late, so I would really appreciate your help!

1.) Differentiate

Using quotient rule, I got

Simplifying,

, why is this wrong?

2.) Differentiate

I got , why is this wrong?

3.) If a, b and c are functions such that a(x) are not 0 for all x and c(x) = a(x)b(x) then c'(d)=0 for d is all real numbers such that a'(d)=0 or b'(d) =0.

I wrote that it's true becuase I thought the last part of the question made sense..but it's false, why is it so?

4.) Suppose a,b and c are functions such that a(x) is not 0 for all x and c(x) = b(a(x)) then c'(d)=0 for d is all real numbers such that a'(d)=0.

I wasn't sure so I thought it was false..

Thank you!

- January 1st 2013, 04:59 AM #2

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## Re: Differnetiation

- January 1st 2013, 05:05 AM #3

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