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find the derivative of y with respect to x
y=x^4/4Inx-x^4/16
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sauravshakya
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u know product rule?
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Whoa You need some parentheses here
kellikelz
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yes i know the product rule
kellikelz
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where do the parenthesis go
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Idk wherever you need to show that there is a break in the fractions for example your question might be (x^4/4lnx)-(x^4)/16 or x^4/(4lnx-x^4/16) etc. it's hard to tell where one fraction ends and another begins you know?
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ok i understand
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\[(x^4/4)\ln x-(x^4/16)\]
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o much better
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Now,|dw:1363362891297:dw|
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