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    Derivative help using Square Root

    F(x)=2√x + 3 3√x
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    If you know that a square root is the same as a power 1/2, then you can just apply the power/exponent rule.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wild_flowr69
    F(x)=2√x + 3 3√x
    I understand your problem as,
    2\sqrt{x}+3\sqrt[3]{x}
    which you can express with exponents,
    2x^{1/2}+3x^{1/3}
    then, use the exponent rule,
    x^{-1/2}+x^{-2/3}

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