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    Differentiate with routes

    x = 6 √ t
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    \sqrt{t} = t^{1/2}

    Then you can use the power law as normal to find \dfrac{dx}{dt}
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    If f(x) = \sqrt{g(x)}, then f'(x) = \frac{g'(x)}{2\sqrt{g(x)}}. I find that very handy for both integration and differentiation.
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