Let f(x)=(3 x+ 7)/(4) At x = -4, the derivative of f =

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Let f(x)=(3 x+ 7)/(4) At x = -4, the derivative of f =

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use the quotient rule
what is the qoutient rule?
Don't need the quotient rule because it is 1/4(3x+7)

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Distribute the 1/4. You will get 3/4x+7/4
Can you find that derivative?
sorry listen to Mertsj
isnt there already a derivative shown
Does that say f'(x) ?
no f(x)
Well then, it isn't the derivative.
so how do I find the deriv after distributing 1/4?
Can you find the derivative of f(x) = x^2?
f(x)= -4?
|dw:1328142860469:dw|
Do you understand that?
im stuck after y=3/4x+7/4
|dw:1328142995837:dw|
3/4 is the deriv of f?
At x = -4, the value of the derivative is 3/4 because the derivative is always 3/4
Yes. The derivative of a linear function is a constant because the derivative is the slope function and the slope of a line is a constant.
ok thanks
Mertsj can you please look at my problems about derivatives? Thanks

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