Okay sitting here doing some homework that is using the simple derivaiton of potensfunctions... and I can't get my math to work here.
Please explain how you solve these one;
y = 6th square of x
y`= ?
Any help here is appreciated!
Thanks in advance
Hello, Hanga!
I don't think a "layman" could handle this one . . .
Differentiate: . . . . . using the definition of a derivative (?)
We have: .
Now we do something bizarre . . . multiply top and bottom by:
. .
and we get: .
. . . . . . .
Take the limit:
. . .
Therefore: .