Posted by **Mishaka** on Wednesday, November 9, 2011 at 6:13pm.

Okay, I know that the derivative functon of the function -500/x is 500/x^2, but I am having a hard time getting to this result using limit notation. Could someone show or explain the steps used in limit notation to get the derivative of 500/x^2?

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