needhelp
  • needhelp
how to do derivative of y= (x^2 + 10x + 25)^1/2 thanks
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anonymous
  • anonymous
help me
anonymous
  • anonymous
Chain rule it. Derivative of the whole quantity multiplied by the derivative of the inside.
anonymous
  • anonymous
You have to use the chain rule here. First, take the derivative of the inside function, and multiply it by the derivative of the outside function, behaving as though the (x^2+10x +25) is simply a large x.

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needhelp
  • needhelp
i got the answer of 1/2(2x+10)^-1/2 * (x^2 +10x +25) is this correct?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Almost, you have the insides flipped though. The first part you leave the inside the same. Then you multiply all that by the derivative of the inside.

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