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Asked Mar 12, 2019
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how do I implicitly differentiate, (solve for ds/dt) where: sqrt(t+s) = 2s

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Step 1

firstly, we square the both sides.

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Step 2

Then we differentiate both sides with respect to t and use the power rule of ...

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