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  • 5 years ago

FIND DERIVATE (3)* (3SQUAREROOT OF T^ 2) THE LITTLE 3 IS OUTSIDE THE SQUAREROOT

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  1. anonymous
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    By "3SQUAREROOT" do you mean the cube root?

  2. anonymous
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    yes lol. so, 3x3sqrt(t²) is just another way of writing 3t^(2/3) power rule 2t^(-1/3) aka, 2/(t^1/3)

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