Y= √(x/m) √(m/x) then 2xy dy/dx - x/m m/x is equal to?
Aswin Verma
Apr 15, 2022
Y = sqrt(x/m) * sqrt(m/x) 
Using product rule, we get 
dy/dx ={ x^2 * sqrt(m/x) - m^2 * sqrt(x/m) } / 2mx^2

Now, 2xy*dy/dx = 
(x^2 - m^2) / mx

Simply substitute the value of 2xy*dy/dx in the question and solve further to get 0

The final answer is 0

Y = sqrt(x/m) * sqrt(m/x)Using product rule, we getdy/dx ={ x^2 * sqrt(m/x) - m^2 * sqrt(x/m) } / 2mx^2Now, 2xy*dy/dx =(x^2 - m^2) / mxSimply substitute the value of 2xy*dy/dx in the question and solve further to get 0The final answer is 0
Y = sqrt(x/m) * sqrt(m/x)Using product rule, we getdy/dx ={ x^2 * sqrt(m/x) - m^2 * sqrt(x/m) } / 2mx^2Now, 2xy*dy/dx =(x^2 - m^2) / mxSimply substitute the value of 2xy*dy/dx in the question and solve further to get 0The final answer is 0