Derivative of specific point
Function: x^3+2/x at the point -2,3
I know the derivative is
How would I insert the point into that function?
Already got answer as 11.5.
Last edited by CaptainBlack; Sep 13th 2011 at 08:56 PM.
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Originally Posted by ritacame Function: x^3+2/x at the point -2,3 Why in the world are you so lazy as to not use grouping symbols?
Originally Posted by Plato Why in the world are you so lazy as to not use grouping symbols?
Is it Why in the world are you so lazy as to not see on which of those options the point (-2, 3) lies?
It's the latter, by the way.
Please be more careful with your language. There is a HUGE difference between a derivative AT a point and a derivative OF a point. The latter probably doesn't exist.
Originally Posted by ritacame Close. People are rude here.
Already got answer as 11.5. I rest my case.
(@rita, please give us another chance!)
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