hi,
I am looking at a question in 'advanced engineering mathematics'.
if and ,
1) Do we say that or or ?
2)I know we can get and so on for .
Now lets say we have
How do I get and in terms of and ?
Do I differentiate both sides of the equation?
Thanks
[QUOTE=bugatti79;605264]hi,
I am looking at a question in 'advanced engineering mathematics'.
if and ,
1) Do we say that or or ?Any one of those three is correct- with the understanding that x and are functions of u and v (and vice-versa) they all mean the same thing.
If you know x and y as functions, of r and , do the differentiations and put them into that equation. For example, if and , then2)I know we can get and so on for .
Now lets say we have
How do I get and in terms of and ?
Do I differentiate both sides of the equation?
.
Thanks