I need help with fractional exponents. is it still
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Yes , if y=x^n then y' = n x^(n-1). So, in your problem , y'=(6/9)(x^((6/9)-1))= (2/3)(x^(-1/3))=2/(3x^(1/3)).
Originally Posted by Zanderist I need help with fractional exponents. is it still first, note that ?
Originally Posted by skeeter first, note that ? I have another one.
Originally Posted by Zanderist First rewrite the equation: Now follow your rules
Originally Posted by dani First rewrite the equation: Now follow your rules So...this.. to this...
Okay let's take it up a level... Quotient rule I believe. I just want to make sure about this It's derivative is...
I have a problem I just can't stand. I take it to find B you need the second der. for A you just leave it as is. I just don't know what is the proper answer.
start a new problem with a new thread, otherwise this one can get very confusing. thank you.