find dy/dx for
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Originally Posted by algebra2 find dy/dx for First of all, remember that a square root is a power of . You have a product of functions, so use the product rule. . To work out the second of the derivatives, use the chain rule.
for here, do i multiply the 3x^2 into the (2x+1)^(1/2) to get (6x+3x)^(5/2)?
Originally Posted by algebra2 for here, do i multiply the 3x^2 into the (2x+1)^(1/2) to get (6x+3x)^(5/2)? No, just write it as .
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