4) Differentiation of a function w.r.t other functions:
1) Differentiate with respect to tan-1x.
2) Differentiate ln tanx with respect to
5) Higher Order derivatives:
Let y = f(x) be differentiable function such that z = f1(x) is also differentiable. Then second derivative of y = f(x) is denoted by and .
For the curve find the rate of change of slope at (4, 27).
We know that slope of a curve is given by . Now let g(x) denote slope of curve.
Now rate of change of slope =
So rate of change of slope at (4, 27)
DIFFERENTIATION (EASY TYPE)
1) Differentiate with respect to x.
Let y = then,
2) Let f be twice differentiable such that f11(x) = -f(x) and f1(x) = g(x). Where h (5) = 11, find h (10).
Given on differentiating both sides w.r.t x we get
From (1) and (2) we get,
Therefore h1(x) = 0.
So, h(x) must be constant [as d/dx constant = 0]
But h (5) = 11 so h (x) = 11
Hence, h (10) = 11.
3) Find the sum of series using calculus.
Let which is a geometric progression.
On differentiating both sides, we get,
4) If and then find .
Differentiating w.r.t x, we get,
5) If then find at .
Putting t = cosq.
6) If a polynomial of degree 3 then find in terms of P(x) and its derivative.
Taking log on both sides
ylogx + xlogy = log1.
Differentiating on both sides we get,
8) If x = a (t+sint) and y = a (1-cost), Then find
Here x = a (t+sint) and y = a (1-cost).
Differentiating both sides w.r.t t we get,
Again differentiating both sides we get,