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suppose y=a^x (1/y)dy/dx=x*loga I AM UNABLE TO UNDERSTAND WHAT HERE dy/dx MEANS AND WHY IT IS NOT PRESENT ON THE OTHER SIDE OF EQUATION?

suppose
y=a^x
(1/y)dy/dx=x*loga

I AM UNABLE TO UNDERSTAND WHAT HERE dy/dx MEANS AND WHY IT IS NOT PRESENT ON THE OTHER SIDE OF EQUATION?

Grade:12

1 Answers

saiomkar kandukuri
33 Points
9 years ago

let us take a curve y=x differentiation of function y withrespect to x is 1....

differentiation of y with respect to x is shown as    dy/dx  ....

hope u understand .....otherwise post other questions

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