The relative maximum of f(x)=50x/x^2+3 PLEASE EXPLAIN

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The relative maximum of f(x)=50x/x^2+3 PLEASE EXPLAIN

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whats the first derivative?
idk :(
then finding any maximums is gonna be tricky .....

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this calculus?
yes
and youve gone over the derivative rules?
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=+f%28x%29%3D50x%2F%28x%5E2%2B3%29 it says max is at x = sqrt(3)
the explanation goes: where the first derivative is zero you have a min or a max; so test out the points. but if you dont know the derivatives thats a little beyond the scope of this environment
I think i'm understanding. thank you
good luck :)

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