derivative of y=x(9-x)^1/2?

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derivative of y=x(9-x)^1/2?

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is that two seperate terms?
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\[-(3 (x-6))/(2 \sqrt{9-x})\]
oh okay well the it would be (second term + the derivative of the first)+(first term + the derivative of the second term)
which is (x)[1/2(9-x)^1/2]+(9-x)^1/2(1) right?
not exactly
what didi do wrong
and im very sorry its second times derivative of first plus first times derivative of the second
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ok?
okay what's next
thats it but make sure that you include you negative sign here
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but how would you simplify it more
i get that part, but the simplifying is getting me
gotcha hold on
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that looks wrong
it should be uv'+vu'

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