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Can someone please help me with his problem? I know its basic but I absolutely can't get the answer right!!! take the derivative of (5t^3)/3 the answer is 5t^2 but I just can't get the steps right!!!

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think of it this way (5/3) * t^3
notice that the solution will be (5/3) * (t^3) '
I did get the answer that way! Thank you! but how would you do it with the quotient rule? Because I keep getting all sorts of different things...

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YOU ARE MY HERO! I CAN'T THANK YOU ENOUGH... haha I was getting soo frustrated even though its a simple problem. Thank youuuuuuu!!!
you could use the qoitent rule if you wanted. \[(3(5t^3)' - 5t^3 * (3)')/3^2\] \[(3*5*3*t^2 - 5t^3 * 0)/ 9\]

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