Posted by **Alex** on Wednesday, May 21, 2008 at 12:01am.

Let f(x) = sqrt(3x+15)

Find f'(x)

The answer is 3/(2sqrt(3x+15)

Can anyone who does this please explain step by step why you did what you did? I have a lot of difficulty finding the derivative with radicals.

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