f(x)= well i used the power rule but came up with the wrong answer then i used the quotient rule and came out with the wrong answer am i doing my algebra wrong is is there something im not seeing
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Originally Posted by john doe f(x)= x^3-3x^2+4/x^2 well i used the power rule but came up with the wrong answer then i used the quotient rule and came out with the wrong answer am i doing my algebra wrong is is there something im not seeing why use the quotient rule (one thing you should have used though, was parentheses!) .........(was that what you got?) use the power rule
o i see what you did now you distributed the
Originally Posted by john doe o i see what you did now you distributed the yes (if your power has more than one term, use {}. you should have typed x^{-2} in your LaTeX code) no more free rides you should be telling me this now
Like Jhevon said...much shorter way
I think you made a mistake and i did solve it that way at first i tryed to do all this other stuff though
You could factor out the numerator if you wanted since it is the the form of
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