I assume .Originally Posted by action259
Now there is no rule for that. But you need to change it.
You can write.
because the product of these is adding exponents.
Since, is a KoNsTaNt.
The problem is that you have a square. However, you can eliminate it.Originally Posted by action259
Use the following identity,
This will eliminate the square and turn it into one of the forms on the table.
(If you want I can prove that identity. The reason why I am saying this is because my Calculus book does not contain this identity on its treatise on hyperbolic functions. Thus, I assumed might be unfamiliar).