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This problem is driving me CRAZY!!!

your derivative is wrong

Ok what do I do after 1/2(3+ x/4)^ -1/2(1/4)

I think I replace the X with -1 so I should have
1/2(3 - 1/4) ^ -1/2 (1/4)

I think then I should do (1/2) (1/4) (3-1/4)^ -1/2

yes this will be the slope

so then I get 1/8 (11/4)^ -1/2

thats correct but this can be simplified

the ^ -1/2 is what is bothering me.

does it make sense?

Think of it this way how would you do this 1/1/2?

would it be 1/2 /1

no you flip the denominator so it would be 1/(1/2)....1*(2/1)=2

i know that. this problem just has me all confused!!!!

I'm sorry you were right earlier..... so you would do the same thing to 1/square11/square4

Thank you for spending this much time with me. I did not mean for that to sound mean if I did.

Now its fine..... I know how frustrating math can get and how tricky the algebra can be

may be this might help:\[a/(b/c)=ac/b \rightarrow a=1, b=\sqrt{11}, c=\sqrt{4}\]

I have trouble with fractions and square roots together