Find f'(a). How do I do this?
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Originally Posted by ajcadoo Find f'(a). How do I do this? Differentiate it to get , then put .
Originally Posted by Ted Differentiate it to get , then put . Ok, how would I differentiate it? BTW, we are still in the limits unit, so I have no idea what all these derivatives terms mean.
Originally Posted by ajcadoo Ok, how would I differentiate it? BTW, we are still in the limits unit, so I have no idea what all these derivatives terms mean. Well, Use the rule: .
Originally Posted by Ted Well, Use the rule: . ahh, gotcha. kudos to you.
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