Can someone show me how to find the value of the derivative of the function at the given point : at the point Thank you!
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Use the quotient rule. If then
I really don't mean to be a pest, but could you go a bit further and show me how I'g plug in these variables. All this is pretty new to me (I know that's a terrible excuse) ... Sorry. :/ I'm having a lot of trouble with this stuff.
Let and Then and Plug this into the formula above and you get: At the point (0,5), the x value is 0, so just plug in 0 instead of x into the derivative.
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