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Differentiate \( (x^2-5x+8)(x^2+7x+9)\) in three ways mentioned : (i) by using product rule (ii) by expanding the product to obtain a single polynomial (iii) by logarithmic differentiation. Do they all give the same answer?
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Differentiate $ (x^2 - 5x + 8) (x^3 + 7x + 9 ) $ in three ways mentioned below:\begin{array}{1 1} (i)\;by\;using\;product\;rule & \;\\(ii)\;by\;expanding\;the\;product\;to\;obtain\;a\;single\;polynomial. & \;\\ (iii)\;by\;logarithmic\;differentiation. & \;\end{array} Do they all give the same answer?
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If \( u, v \: and \ w \) are function of \( x\) , then show that $ \large\frac{d}{dx}(u.v.w) = \frac{du}{dx}.v.w+u.\frac{dv}{dx}.w+u.v.\frac{dw}{dx}$In two ways first by repeated application or product rule, secondly by logatithmic differentiation.
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If $u,\: v$ and $w$ are functions of $x$, then show that $\large\frac{d}{dx} $$( u.v.w) =\large \frac{du}{dx} $$v.w + u . \large\frac{dv}{dx} $$. w + u.v. \large\frac{dw}{dx} $ in two ways - first by repeated application of product rule, second by logarithmic differentiation.
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Two firms X and Y decided to award prizes to their employees for three norms Obedience (O), Punctual (P), Quality of work (Q). Firm X decided to award Rs. 40000 for the three values to 2, 4, 7 employees respectively while Y decided to award Rs. 51000 to 4, 2, 8 employees respectively. If all the three prizes together amount to Rs. 8750, then (i) Represent the above situation by a matrix equation and form linear equation using matrix multiplication. (ii) Is it possible to solve the system of linear equations so obtained using matrices? (iii) Which value you prefer to be rewarded most and why?
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Principal and staff of a school decided to award prizes to their students for three values Honesty (x) cleanliness (y), Punctuality (z) in two groups. Group A ( upto class VIII) and group B ( IX - XII). It is decided that Rs. 12000 for three values (x, y, z) for 3, 4, 5 students of Group A and Rs. 11040 for 5, 4, 3 student of group B respectively. If all the three prizes together amount to Rs. 2880, then (i) Represent above situation by a matrix equation and form linear equation using matrices. (ii) Is it possible to solve the system of linear equations so obtained using matrices? (iii) Which value you prefer to be rewarded most and why?
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Prove that \( tan^{-1} \bigg(\frac{\large 1}{\large 4} \bigg) + tan^{-1} \bigg( \frac{\large 2}{\large 9} \bigg ) = \frac{\large 1}{\large 2} cos^{-1} \bigg( \frac{3}{5} \bigg). \)
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