find f '(x) f(x)=4/(3xto2nd-2x+1)to3rd
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Originally Posted by homerb find f '(x) f(x)=4/(3xto2nd-2x+1)to3rd Note that Do you know how to apply the chain rule? Let and let Can you take it from here? --Chris
no I can't
Let and let Then we see that and So when we apply the chain rule, we see that Can you take it from here and simplify this? --Chris
I try to do it, but I can't. This is my first time doing this. If you can simplify this more
Originally Posted by homerb I try to do it, but I can't. This is my first time doing this. If you can simplify this more The farthest it can be simplified: --Chris
homer you times the -12 by the 6x-2 for the numerator and the equation in the parenthesis goes in the denominator and it becomes a positive exponent because you put it in the denominator
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