f(x)= 1/sq rt(x) + 2
find y '
is this answer -1 and if so if the sq root had x^2 under it would the answer be -2
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Which is correct?
how did you get the 1/ 2sqrt(x) in the numerator, do you chand the sq rt to x^2
The derivative of a function in the form is . This is known as the quotient formula for derivatives.
yea i was trying to figure out the process step by step on how sq rt (x) equals 2sq rt(x)
The derivative of is given by the power rule: .
What you have is .
Taking the derivatives:
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