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i need to solve this
d/dx (36r)/(t+0.6)^2
 Feb 11, 2012
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do you mean: d/ dt (36r)/(t+0.6)^2 ?

[input]diff( (36r)/(t+0.6)^2, t )[/input]

do you mean: d/ dr (36r)/(t+0.6)^2 ?
[input]diff( (36r)/(t+0.6)^2, r )[/input]
 Feb 12, 2012

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