Find derivatives for the functions. Assume a, b, c, and k are constants. y=x^{2}\sqrt{x^{2}+1}

banganX 2021-05-17 Answered
Find derivatives for the functions. Assume a, b, c, and k are constants.
\(\displaystyle{y}={x}^{{{2}}}\sqrt{{{x}^{{{2}}}+{1}}}\)

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Answered 2021-05-18 Author has 13160 answers

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This answer is incorrect. The denominator of the second step should be multiplied by \(2 [1/(2*\sqrt{x^2+1})]\).
This would cancel out the 2 in the numerator of the second part of the answer, leaving on \(x^3\) in the numerator.

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