Hi I am stuck on this question: If s(t) = √t^3 find s'(4) Can anyone please help?
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Originally Posted by srose Hi I am stuck on this question: If s(t) = √t^3 find s'(4) Can anyone please help? $\displaystyle s(t) = t^{\frac32}$ The general form: $\displaystyle \frac{\mathrm{d}(x^a)}{\mathrm{d}x} = ax^{a-1}$ $\displaystyle s'(t) = \frac32 t^{\frac12}$ $\displaystyle \therefore s'(4) = \frac32 (4)^{\frac12}= ...$
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