sorry to bother you alot i tried to solve this one, but im not sure about my steps. the problem is 1/csc(1-5x^2) u=(1-5x^2) f(u)=1/csc u im not sure if i can put it like this. d/du*1/csc u * d/dx (1-5x^2) thanks
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the problem is 1/csc(1-5x^2) u=(1-5x^2) f(u)=1/csc u im not sure if i can put it like this. I dont know what is "csc()" but it seems correct
Last edited by ADARSH; February 13th 2009 at 02:18 AM. Reason: ..
Hello katieeej Originally Posted by katieeej sorry to bother you alot i tried to solve this one, but im not sure about my steps. the problem is 1/csc(1-5x^2) u=(1-5x^2) f(u)=1/csc u im not sure if i can put it like this. d/du*1/csc u * d/dx (1-5x^2) thanks I assume that csc means 'cosec', in which case, So its derivative is Grandad
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