|Dec14-09, 10:20 PM||#1|
Product rule with chain rule (derivation wrt time)
I'm trying to find the derivative of 0 = 3xcosƟ with respect to time.
I know I should use the product rule for x and cosƟ. But I don't know what I should do with the constant 3.
would it be like this?
0 = 3x(-sinƟ)(dƟ/dt) + 3(dx/dt)(cosƟ)
|Dec14-09, 10:31 PM||#2|
Yes, that's correct.
|Dec14-09, 10:40 PM||#3|
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