I want to differentiate this I have put the a terms together to make it simpler am i right in doing so? I need to differentiate this when I try it got really messy and could not complete it.
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Originally Posted by ronaldo_07 I want to differentiate this I have put the a terms together to make it simpler am i right in doing so? I need to differentiate this when I try it got really messy and could not complete it. Take out a common factor of and you get Now differentiate using the product rule .
Originally Posted by Prove It Take out a common factor of and you get Now differentiate using the product rule . for the first part: Would u= and v=
Originally Posted by ronaldo_07 for the first part: Would u= and v= No. Let and everything in the square brackets. So the derivative is .
I differentiated the first part and got is this correct? then i differentiate the other part and put them together?
Originally Posted by ronaldo_07 I differentiated the first part and got is this correct? then i differentiate the other part and put them together? I've already given you the solution and answer.
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