- 1 What is the derivative of 1 √ X?
- 2 What is the square root of x equal to?
- 3 What is the derivative of 2x?
- 4 What is the derivative of log X?
- 5 What is the square of x?
- 6 What is the range of f/x )= square root of x?
- 7 What is the root square of 169?
- 8 What is the derivative sin 2x?
- 9 How do you solve an equation with two variables?
What is the derivative of 1 √ X?
Let f(x) =1√x, then y=1uandu=x12, since √x=x12. This means we have to differentiate both functions and multiply them. Let’s start with y. By the power rule y’=1×u0=1.
What is the square root of x equal to?
A nonnegative number that must be multiplied times itself to equal a given number. The square root of x is written or x ½.
What is the derivative of 2x?
To find the derivative of 2x, we can use a well-known formula to make it a very simple process. The formula for the derivative of cx, where c is a constant, is given in the following image. Since the derivative of cx is c, it follows that the derivative of 2x is 2.
What is the derivative of log X?
As the logarithmic function with base a (a>0, a≠1) and exponential function with the same base form a pair of mutually inverse functions, the derivative of the logarithmic function can also be found using the inverse function theorem. (logax)′=f′(x)=1φ′(y)=1(ay)′=1aylna=1alogaxlna=1xlna.
What is the square of x?
One of the important properties of squaring, for numbers as well as in many other mathematical systems, is that (for all numbers x), the square of x is the same as the square of its additive inverse −x. That is, the square function satisfies the identity x2 = (−x)2.
What is the range of f/x )= square root of x?
Similarly,the range of the square root function must equal the domain of f ( x )= x 2, x ≥0.
What is the root square of 169?
The square root of 169 is 13.
What is the derivative sin 2x?
Using the chain rule to find the derivative of sin(2x)
|sin2x||► Derivative of sin2x = 2cos(2x)|
|sin 2 x||► Derivative of sin 2 x = 2cos(2x)|
|sin 2x||► Derivative of sin 2x = 2cos(2x)|
|sin (2x)||► Derivative of sin (2x) = 2cos(2x)|
How do you solve an equation with two variables?
In implicit differentiation, we differentiate each side of an equation with two variables (usually x and y) by treating one of the variables as a function of the other. This calls for using the chain rule. Let’s differentiate x 2 + y 2 = 1 x^ 2 +y^ 2 =1 x 2 +y 2 =1x, squared, plus, y, squared, equals, 1 for example.