Posted by **Rob** on Wednesday, March 7, 2007 at 11:19am.

Differentitate y= x^2(sqroot4x-3). Do not simplify. Reads: x squared times the square root of (4x minus 3)

## Answer This Question

## Related Questions

- Algebra - I am a bit confused about conjugates in algebra. I am supposed to ...
- Algebra (urgent!) - I am a bit confused about conjugates in algebra. I am ...
- math - Nakim simplified 3 times the square root of 2x plus x times the square ...
- Math - What is the square root of 12? 3.464 Well, that's true, but you could ...
- Algebra - Simplify: 3 squared divided by the square root of 80. Multiple choices...
- Calc - Find the functions a) f o g, b) g o f, c) f o f, d) g o g, and their ...
- math - Here's my question: Determine if each system has one, two, or no ...
- Math - Just need some help... Directions: Multiply or raise to the power as ...
- math - Say if these numbers make a right triangle and a Pythagorean triple: 2, 2...
- pre-calc - How do you solve this equation? the square root of x-3 minus 3 times ...

More Related Questions