(a) If $cosh (y) = x + x^3y,$
then at the point (1, 0) we y'=
A. 0, B. −1, C. 1, D. 3, E. Does not exist.
This is multiple choice question.
The answer is (b). I don't know how it is computed. If any member explain me, it would be good help.
(a) If $cosh (y) = x + x^3y,$
then at the point (1, 0) we y'=
A. 0, B. −1, C. 1, D. 3, E. Does not exist.
This is multiple choice question.
The answer is (b). I don't know how it is computed. If any member explain me, it would be good help.