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Could i get some help working out dy/dx of arccoth(x)
thanks for that I have the answer now
inflames829
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Aug 26, 2010
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Could i get some help working out dy/dx of arccoth(x)
does that mean 1 = -1/sinh^2(y) * (coth(y))
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Aug 26, 2010
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Could i get some help working out dy/dx of arccoth(x)
sorry but I'm still not getting it, can you give me another hint or show me please
inflames829
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Aug 26, 2010
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Could i get some help working out dy/dx of arccoth(x)
Homework Statement y=arccoth(x), find the derivative Homework Equations cothx - coshx/sinhx The Attempt at a Solution y = arccoth(x) x = coth(y) = cosh(y)/sinh(y) quotient rule = (sinh(y)*sinh(y))-(cosh(y)*cosh(y))/(sinh(y))^2 = sinh^2(y) - cosh^2(y)/sinh^2(y) x=...
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Can someone me with an integral question
ive tried so many differnet ways for this and i still can't get it can someone please help
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Nov 21, 2008
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Can someone me with an integral question
let F(x) be the antiderivative of the function f(x) = -x sin (pi*x)-3cos(pi*x) such that F(0) = 0.Find F(1/2)
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