hi, i do not really understand this at all. If anyone can help me i'd really appreciate it! find the derivatives of y=fg/h in terms of f, g, h, f prime, g prime, and h prime where f g h are functions of f.
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Originally Posted by calcishard hi, i do not really understand this at all. If anyone can help me i'd really appreciate it! find the derivatives of y=fg/h in terms of f, g, h, f prime, g prime, and h prime where f g h are functions of f. Let u = fg and v = h so that y = u/v. Now differentiate using the quotient rule. To differentiate u = fg you will have to use the product rule.
okay thanks. but by applying the product and quotient rules would that be in terms of f g h and f1 g1 h1 ?
Originally Posted by calcishard okay thanks. but by applying the product and quotient rules would that be in terms of f g h and f1 g1 h1 ? Do as suggested and you won't need this question answered.
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