Solution: Find the derivative with respect to x function √(2 - 3x^2)

Find the derivative with respect to x function √(2 - 3x^2). How to find the derivative using the power rule and chain rule?

Find the derivative with respect to x function √(2 - 3x^2)

Problem Statement: ME Board April 1998

Find the derivative with respect to x function √(2-3x^2)

A. (-2x2) / √(2 – 3x2)

B. (-3x) / √(2 – 3x2)

C. (-3x2) / √(2 – 3x2)

D. (3x) / √(2 – 3x2)

Problem Answer:

The derivative is equal to (-3x)/√(2 – 3x^2)

Solution:

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