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Find the number a, based on the following information.
f(x) = x^6
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What is the derivative of f(x)? Find that and set it equal to f'(a) and solve!
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-3 either. .
-3 is the correct answer.
so the derivitive is what? how do I find that?
f(x)=2x^2= 2x right?
so f(x)= rx^r-1 is the formula you use to get the answer?
The derivative is a function that tells you the slope of a function at any point x on the other function. So suppose you have f(x) and f'(x), a function and its derivative. So if you plug in a value to the function f'(x) it tells you the the slope of a a point on f(x).
Yes, paunic, that is the formula, and it is called the power rule.
|dw:1328139209785:dw| to find the derivative, use the formula.
No problem! =D If you have any more questions about calculus or derivatives I'll be happy to help.