hello,
i need some assistance on this problem:
y = e^(1+lnx)
1st. I brought down the (1+lnx) by using natural log on both sides.
lny*y'=(1+lnx)*lne
y'/y=(1/x)*1
y'=e^(1+lnx)*(1/x)
what do i do next?
Hello,
If anyone know an online book website for Zumdahl's Chemistry Fifth Edition please share it, i am looking for it.
Also, if anyone have the answer book, pdf file? or link plz let me know.
Thanks
Show agrebraically that symmetric difference quotient produces the exact derivative f'(x) = 2ax+b for the quadractic function f(x) = ax^2+bx+c
i know that:
f(a + h) - f(a - h)
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