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CBSE - XI Science - Mathematics - Limits and Derivatives

Prove that P is a state function and hence dp is an exact differential(please explain the partial differentiation procedure)(Question of RC Mukherjee)

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CBSE - XI Science - Mathematics - Limits and Derivatives

THIS REFERS TO QUESTION -10 REPLIAED BY MS SNEHA, MY REMARKS IS AS - SQUARE IS ALWAYS POSITIVE BUT WHAT ABOUT -9/2, THEN WHY EXPRESSION IS GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO ZERO, AND ALSO WHAT IS VALE OF b-4a, WHAT ABOUT THE VALUE OF Y WHICH IS GIVEN AS = 2X/(1+X^2)

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CBSE - XI Science - Mathematics - Limits and Derivatives

Lt          x^a/x+1 , where 0≤a<1
x  

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CBSE - XI Science - Mathematics - Limits and Derivatives

Please tell me how was the following step solved?

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CBSE - XI Science - Mathematics - Limits and Derivatives

d/dx e^x=e^x
This contant 'e' is troubling me, though it is very interesting.My teacher told that it appears everywhere.
Could you please help me understand it from the basics?

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CBSE - XI Science - Mathematics - Limits and Derivatives

Using chain rule of differentiation,
find
i) d/dx cos open parentheses y squared close parentheses
ii) d/dx cos squared open parentheses y close parentheses
    & sin open parentheses y squared close parentheses
iii) d/dx y to the power of x
stepwise

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CBSE - XI Science - Mathematics - Limits and Derivatives

What is chain rule in differentation?is there any formulae associated with it?
Explain it with an example, please
for eg., cos squared x

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CBSE - XI Science - Mathematics - Limits and Derivatives

Find the derivative of tanx by first principle !?

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But Sir I didn't get the tricks to solve these questions? What is the basic funda behind these questions?

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CBSE - XI Science - Mathematics - Limits and Derivatives

find the derivate of x raise to n from first principle?

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