derivatives


by mattsoto
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mattsoto
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Oct12-05, 02:17 AM
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"Find the instantaneous rate of change of w with respect to z if w=(7/3z^2)"
excuse the primitive equation...any help???
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Oct12-05, 02:23 AM
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Just differentiate it with respect to z.
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Oct12-05, 07:36 AM
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Is that w= (7/3)z2 or w= 7/(3z2)?

I suspect the former which should be easy to differentiate using
(zn)'= n zn-1. If the latter, write it as w= (7/3)z-2 and use the same rule.


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