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Homework Help: Math(Please check)

Posted by Hannah on Saturday, February 5, 2011 at 11:37am.

Find the slope of the graph at
y=sqrt 2x^2 +1 at the point (2,3).

First I plugged 2 into the equation and got 3. Then the derivative of the equation is 4x and then I multiplied that by 3 and got 12. Is this correct?

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