How do I find dy/dx of this problem?
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Originally Posted by !!! How do I find dy/dx of this problem? do you realize that everytime you differentiate a y-term you attach dy/dx to it? so, to start you off. (the left hand side follows by the chain rule) can you continue?
I actually forgot what I did, redid the problem and got the answer correct, but thank you! Can you help me with another one, please?
Originally Posted by !!! I actually forgot what I did, redid the problem and got the answer correct, but thank you! Can you help me with another one, please? use the product rule on the left and the chain rule (coupled with the product rule) on the right to start you off. can you continue?
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