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August 27, 2014

August 27, 2014

Posted by **joe** on Wednesday, September 27, 2006 at 6:56pm.

y = sqrt(9 - 16x)

Use the chain rule. First find the derivative of the sqrt, and multiply that by the derivative of what is contained inside.

Cake.

Use the chain rule. If we have y(x)=sqrt(9-16x) then

y'=d/dx(sqrt(9-16x))*d/dx(9-16x)

The first deriv. is (1/2)(9-16x)^(-1/2), you should be able to finish it.

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