Find dy/dx in terms of x if x = t^sqrt(t) , y = e^t also, dy/dx in terms of theta if x = sin^3 4(theta) , y = cos^3 4(theta) Thanks!
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Originally Posted by ose90 Find dy/dx in terms of x if x = t^sqrt(t) , y = e^t Find: Using chain rule and product rule. And Using standard differentiation e.g. . Then: Originally Posted by ose90 also, dy/dx in terms of theta if x = sin^3 4(theta) , y = cos^3 4(theta) Thanks! Find: Using chain rule. And Using chain rule. Then:
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