Im not getting the right answers on the quotient rule. I plug in the values exactly as shown on the youtube video and for the f prime of x and the g prime of x my calculator is plugging in zero for both of those derivatives. Help would be much appreciated. Thanks-
A newbie to calculus
On larger problems there is no way to see the rest of the problem or solution on the Titanium, however my theory was and is — that the programs are used to pass my tests and not to see if they can do harder problems. Large problems never appear on a test because no one would pass it. Smaller problems are tough enough and all I wanted was to not fail the class and get out of there never to see calculus again. I just needed to get a start on a problem with a formula or something or — get the problem exactly correct, showing work, I knew they wouldn’t solve all the test problems, but tests are based on curves and partial credit so I knew I’d score higher than the person next to me with the calculator help. Good luck, let me know if something doesn’t work correct. If you want to I’d appreciate any actual practice test or mid term test or quiz for you to send me so I can keep up to date on problems that are chosen for tests. Thanks,
ps I’m finishing up a better program the definition of a derivative or sometimes or also called the difference quotient, and I’ll send that to you in a day or so.