ok so how exactly would I simplify this function sinh(ln(t))
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Originally Posted by mathlete ok so how exactly would I simplify this function sinh(ln(t)) Use the chain rule: -Dan
Before takin' the derivative, observe that Now contemplate and take its derivative.
yeah i know how to take the derivative, but it asks me to simplify the function first...so to do that would i just plug in ln(t) into the (e^x-e^(-x))/2??
Originally Posted by Krizalid Before takin' the derivative, observe that Now contemplate and take its derivative. Ha! I never saw that. -Dan
Originally Posted by Krizalid Before takin' the derivative, observe that Now contemplate and take its derivative. Nice, so the derivative is just 1?
Originally Posted by colby2152 Nice, so the derivative is just 1? No. So the derivative will be -Dan
Originally Posted by topsquark No. So the derivative will be -Dan Whoops, gotta watch where I throw those negative signs!
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