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## Homework Statement

Find the value of y = sec^-1(9s^4 + 7) with respect to s

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

secy = 9s^4 + 7

but where do I go from here?

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Find the value of y = sec^-1(9s^4 + 7) with respect to s

secy = 9s^4 + 7

but where do I go from here?

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(try using the X

Are you trying to find s in terms of y?

Then continue by rearranging your final equation, putting s on the left.

EDIT: ohhh! … are you trying to find the *derivative* of y with respect to s?

then differentiate your final equation, using the chain rule for the LHS.

then differentiate your final equation, using the chain rule for the LHS.

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