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Differentiate exp(xy) w.r.t x
Thanks
Differentiate exp(xy) w.r.t x
Thanks
Okay, then, use a (') to show a derivative. For example, y' will be the derivative of y w.r.t x.i thought i would write it out but i don't know how to write the mathmatical symbols on screen
Do you know how to differentiate the exponential function?differentiate implicitly
exp(xy) = 0
j-lee00 said:differentiate implicitly
exp(xy) = 0
i thought i would write it out but i don't know how to write the mathmatical symbols on screen
Differentiation is a mathematical process of finding the rate at which a dependent variable changes with respect to an independent variable. It is a fundamental concept in calculus and is used to solve a variety of problems in science and engineering.
The formula for finding the derivative of exp(xy) with respect to x is y*exp(xy).
Differentiation is important in science because it allows us to analyze and understand how variables are related to each other and how they change over time. It is used in physics, chemistry, biology, and other fields to model and predict the behavior of systems.
The chain rule is a formula used to find the derivative of a composite function. It states that the derivative of a composite function is equal to the derivative of the outer function multiplied by the derivative of the inner function.
Differentiation can be applied to real-world problems in a variety of ways, such as finding the maximum or minimum values of a function, determining rates of change in physical systems, and optimizing processes and systems. It is also used in fields such as economics, finance, and biology to analyze and interpret data.