Use differentials to estimate the value of 30^(1/5)
i know you need to find a nice number that would solve out but the only one i could find was 5 so 5^1/5 = 1. but when i try to put that value into the derivative (1/5)(5^-4/5) i get some random number so i must be doing something wrong! help??
i know you need to find a nice number that would solve out but the only one i could find was 5 so 5^1/5 = 1. but when i try to put that value into the derivative (1/5)(5^-4/5) i get some random number so i must be doing something wrong! help??