Could someone help me with this problem. I am coming up with 1/((sqrt(4x^2-1))+1) and it is wrong. Thanks
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Hello, Originally Posted by johnny4lsu Could someone help me with this problem. I am coming up with 1/((sqrt(4x^2-1))+1) and it is wrong. Thanks You didn't use the chain rule ! Here, it gives : Do you understand ?
let me try again moo! thanks
i'm still can't figure it out Moo!! Could you walk me through it!
Originally Posted by johnny4lsu i'm still can't figure it out Moo!! Could you walk me through it! Okay ! First, you should calculate the derivative of u(x), namely You'll have to use the chain rule once again ! That is Does it help ? If not, I'd suggest you have a look here : Chain rule - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thanks a lot moo!!! I figured it out!!
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