Solution: If y = (t^2 + 2)^2 and t = x^(1/2), determine dy/dx

If y = (t^2 + 2)^2 and t = x^(1/2), determine dy/dx. How to find the derivative using the power rule? Determine dy/dx by substituting the given values.

If y = (t^2 + 2)^2 and t = x^(1/2), determine dy/dx

Problem Statement: EE Board October 1997

If y = (t^2 + 2)^2 and t = x^(1/2), determine dy/dx
  • A. 3/2
  • B. (2x2 + 2x) / 3
  • C. 2(x + 2)
  • D. x5/2 + x1/2

Problem Answer:

The dy/dx is equal to 2(x + 2)

Solution:

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