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anonymous
 4 years ago
Further Differentiation Questions Helpppp?
1.Calculate the gradient of the curve
y=x^4/3
at the point where x = 8.
2.Given that
y = x^5/2
(a) write down an expression for dy/dx
(b) show that, when x = 2, the value of dy/dx can be written in the form p√2, where p is an integer to be determined.
3.a)Express x^2√x in the form x^p.
b)Given that y=x^2√x
find the value of at the point where x = 9.
anonymous
 4 years ago
Further Differentiation Questions Helpppp? 1.Calculate the gradient of the curve y=x^4/3 at the point where x = 8. 2.Given that y = x^5/2 (a) write down an expression for dy/dx (b) show that, when x = 2, the value of dy/dx can be written in the form p√2, where p is an integer to be determined. 3.a)Express x^2√x in the form x^p. b)Given that y=x^2√x find the value of at the point where x = 9.

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anonymous
 4 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.01. is this x^(4/3) or (x^4)/ 3
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