viniterranova
derivate (x^(1/3)+x)/(x^(1/2))
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find the derivative of this function, plz.
elecengineer
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split it up over the denominator
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its quicker than quotient rule
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ie f(x) = [ x^(1/3) / x^(1/2) ] + [ x / x^(1/2) ]
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(1/3) -(1/2) = -1/6
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(x^(1/3)+x) (x^(-1/2))
x^(1/3-1/2) + x^(1-1/2)
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therefore f(x) = x^(-1/6) + x^(1/2)
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then power rule
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f ' (x) = (-1/6) x^(-7/6) +(1/2) x^(-1/2)
viniterranova
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please i need the answer by hand writing. in pdf if possible.
amistre64
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then the best results would be for you to pick up a pencil and paper and write down what elec has done instead wanting someone to go out of their way even more for free...... just a thought.
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Right on, amistre.