I think you have a typo in your problem, the original equation should be
As for your question, what do you get if you try to differentiate w.r.t. to the expression ?
Looking through my notes for a maths exam tomorrow I can't figure out the jump from one step to another:
The original question is Solve:
now further down the steps I can't figure out how it jumps from:
to
What I want to know is how you get from the to the and what happens to the
Thanks
I don't see any typo no, that's the notation we use for Ordinary Differential Equations.
Differentiating that will give you the yes, but what I think I'm meaning to say is, how do you jump from the to what is the difference between them.
And if you do as you say and differentiate w.r.t. to the expression ? How can this still be the same as the line up above it? Surely that would make it: and not
Or am I completely missing something here?