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find the derivative of the function…. f(t)=-8t^5 help please?

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okk let me try.
Do you know how to use Power Rule?
power rule for this one :o

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yes I do…well sort of…
bring down the exponent, then subtract by 1 from the exponent :)
\[\rm f'(t) = 5\cdot 8t^{5 - 1}\]OK, I set it up for you.
isn't the 8 supposed to be negative?
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yes should be -8, still same rules, bring down 5 and subtract 1 from exponent, 5*-8^(5-1)
5*-8t^(5-1)
can you tell us answer?
so it would be -40^4??
-40t^4
yes you got it jessie, but dont forget the t :)
ahh yes than you !
how about finding the derivative of this one?? 6 sqrtx + 3 ^3sqrtx ?
Post it in a new question, and I will help you.
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