Posted by **Jin** on Friday, August 20, 2010 at 7:15pm.

How do you find the derivative of square root of five /t^5?

how do you find the derivative of square root of five /t^5

I know that f=a t^-n

f'= -an t^(-n-1)

and i tried putting -25/{[2sqrt(5/t^5)]/(t^4)}

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