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Differentiate x/sqr.root x2+a2. In the solution the denominator is taken up with negative power . and why is it that in differentiation of x2+a2 , a2 is taken 0 ?

Differentiate x/sqr.root x2+a2. In the solution the denominator is taken up with negative power . and why is it that in differentiation of x2+a2 , a2 is taken 0 ?

Grade:11

1 Answers

Nikitha
23 Points
4 years ago
Because a is a constant and square of a constant term is also a constant. And differentiation of a constant term is zero.

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