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Differentiate the function?

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Not sure how to, I know about f(x+h).... The function is \(\ \Huge y=x^{\frac{-2}{5}} \).
Do you want to use the definition of a derivative, or differentiating rules?
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I don't know, honestly I don't know because we got this assignment after a test without explanation
Have you heard of the power rule?
No...
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Yup!
ok... good!
can you set it up?
Hmm, just plug (x+h) for x?
Where does the power rule come in?
Basically.. forget the power rule. you will learn that later. For now you must use this method :D ... But once you learn the power rule, you will be able to differentiate that in 5 seconds.
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Okay, because the text explains that in this chapter but I don't understand it
oh.. well then maybe you want to learn it?? because this method will take ALOT longer and is ALOT more work.. :0 Power rule is pretty simple to grasp... want me to explain?
Yes please!!
ok :)
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Is the d/dx the same as f'(x)?
very good question, there is a little bit of history to this... basically two guys were inventing calculus near the same time, so lots of different notations came about. These all mean the same thing: |dw:1351144085607:dw|
Oh okay! It just looks more complicated haha
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It does look more intimidating, but you will get used to it :)
So basically you have to memorize these rules?
haha, you will have to yes... But it will become second nature. For this rule, just drop the exponent and minus one.
You explained it much better than the 2 paragraphs of math jargon my text has! :D
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I got -7/5 not -3/5...
Sorry.. i'm tired.. and you're right. :)
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Okay... Thanks for all your help @baldymcgee6 ! I appreciate it greatly!! :D
After all, not everyone takes the time to explain the concept!

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