Could someone explain to me step by step of how to solve the following question using the quotient rule, much appreciated y= 2SIN5x/x^{3}
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You must memorize this equation: given then . For your problem you have and . so: .
Hello, EpicAsianDude!~ Could someone explain to me step by step of how to find the derivative. . . We have: . Quotient Rule: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Thank you for replying ebaines & sorobans. So when answering this type of question the quotient rule formula has to be implemented in order to work out the derivative.
I have another question that i need help on but relating to the chain rule, in the following question: y=5x^2e^2x
Originally Posted by EpicAsianDude I have another question that i need help on but relating to the chain rule, in the following question: y=5x^2e^2x What specifically is your question? You simply apply the product rule: if then . Apply this to your question and see what you get!
Last edited by ebaines; January 27th 2014 at 10:19 AM.
So: y= 5x^2e^2x is equal to = 5(x^2 2e^2x + 2xe^2x)
Originally Posted by EpicAsianDude So: y= 5x^2e^2x is equal to = 5(x^2 2e^2x + 2xe^2x) That's exactly right, and now of course you'd simplify (e.g. there are some common factors).
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