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start by rewriting the function in index form \[f(x) = \frac{-9}{x}~~~~or~~~~~f(x) = -9x^{-1}\] now you can find the derivative when you get the derivative just substitute x =12 and calculate an answer
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Thanks.
Well how do I find the derivative, I'm not familiar with the process.
ok... well if you don't understand the process of differentiation, then it's extremely difficult to complete this question. so have you studied any calculus..?
I do not understand differentiation that well, as I am self taught.
ok, well here are some good online notes that take you through the process and methods but the basic thing for your question, now it's rewritten is to use this if \[f(x) = ax^n\] then the derivative is \[f'(x) = n \times ax^{n -1}\] here are the notes http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Classes/CalcI/DerivativeIntro.aspx hope they help
Thanks, you've been very helpful.
I think it is 1/16 is that correct?
that's correct
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