Can anyone help me find the derivative of this function f(x)=((x^3-3x^2+4))/((x^2)) This is what I did ((3x^2-6x+0))/((2x)) But How would I proceed
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Originally Posted by homeylova223 Can anyone help me find the derivative of this function f(x)=((x^3-3x^2+4))/((x^2)) But How would I proceed
Unfortunately all I have learned thus far is the power rule. But I will try to work it out.
Originally Posted by homeylova223 Can anyone help me find the derivative of this function f(x)=((x^3-3x^2+4))/((x^2)) This is what I did ((3x^2-6x+0))/((2x)) But How would I proceed You are probably expected to use basic algebra and index laws to re-arrange into the form .
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