a) f(x) = (√x + (1/ x^1/3))^2 b) f(x) = √x ( 1+ sin^2 (2π/x))
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Hello, a) f(x) = (√x + (1/ x^1/3))^2 You have something like . Its derivative is Here, u'(x) is the derivative of a sum. Hence
Originally Posted by Rui b) f(x) = √x ( 1+ sin^2 (2π/x)) Use the product and the chain rule
hello there!, well i hope you know your basic rules of differentiation: i will solve question a) for you and you will try to answer question b)
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