If , and Find K
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Well, , so , so Hmmm I can't see this going where we want.....
Originally Posted by nzmathman Well, , so , so Hmmm I can't see this going where we want..... That's because in this case, y isn't a function of x, it's a function of t. Remember that . You need to use the chain rule . Use implicit differentiation to find .
Ah yes! I would have another go, but it is getting late and I'm getting tired...
Originally Posted by varunnayudu If , and Find how about posting your initial calculations?
i have done this ..... therefore
Originally Posted by varunnayudu i have done this ..... therefore First you should carefully review the product rule for differentiating a product of two functions. Then read post #3 more carefully.
well, take a look on what the previous posters replied and also the comment.. you should be able to get the answer..
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