Can you help me differentiate y=(4x^2+4)/5 and explain why you should not use the quotient rule for this?

Can you help me differentiate y=(4x^2+4)/5 and explain why you should not use the quotient rule for this?

differentiate with respect to x ax^2+2hyx+by^2

differentiate with respect to x ax^2+2hyx+by^2

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if y=1+x+x^2/2!+x^3/3!=.............+x^n/n! then prove that dy/dx+x^n/n!=y

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The velocity v m s –1 of a particle at time t seconds, is given by v = 2t + cos2t, for 0 ≤ t ≤ 2. (a) Write down the velocity of the particle when t = 0. When t = k, the acceleration...

I', really stuck on this one HW question: I have to show how dC/dt = (D * (d^2C/dx^2)) + P at steady state (so when cD/dt =0) equals: (d^2C/dz^2) + (Pa^2/D...

Curve : dy/dx= 2-8(3x+4)^-0.5 The curve intersects the y-axis at y= 4/3 This is actually part 2, part 1 asked me to find dy/dt= 0.6 The gradient: dy/dx = -2 Find...

the fence is required along remaining 3 sides of the area. what is the maximum area that can enclosed with 1500m of fencing?

2. One of the simplest models says that the rate at which the number of individuals without access is decreasing (i.e. the rate at which individuals acquire internet access) is proportional to the...

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Use the differential equation and the given point to find f(x). dy/dx= (-48)/(3x+5)^2 Point: (-1,3)

differentiate: ln(sqrt((b^2-z^2)/(b^2+z^2)))

[Y2/(y-x)2 - 1/x]dx + [1/y - x2/(x-y)2]dy = 0 ~exact differential equation

Use implicit differentiation to find the derivative of: 2cos(SQRTx)+(2/(SQRTy))=4

Find the coordinates of the stationary (critical) point of the curve with equation y=1/(x2+4)

Given that y=1/2x-1 + 1/(2x-1)^2, find the exact value of dy/dx when x=2

You have bought a painting at an art auction. You paid £A for it. The market price P will increase in the future at the rate of e√k from the price you paid, £A, and where k is...

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