2e is just a matter of the product rule.
Now, implement the rule.
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I have a calculus assignment due in this week, and needed some help on a few questions, any help would be much appreciated.
Only need help on 2)e)
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Help on this entire question is needed
Thanks ,
Matt.
for 3(a), use the chain rule, the result follows immediately, you may want to write out some steps though, so it looks like you're doing something. remember...
that is, you differentiate the entire function leaving the inside function intact (that is, you treat it as if it were a single variable), then multiply by the derivative of the inside function
it's awkward using h and k as the functions for this rule, but f was taken, so...
for 3(b): the product rule says:
just apply the product rule here (use part (a) to find the derivative of ). simplify, and you will get the quotient rule
yes. as galactus said, we can see this by using the chain rule