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Homework Help: Math: Derivatives

Posted by Nick on Sunday, April 8, 2012 at 2:56pm.

Use the shortcut rules to mentally calculate the derivative of the given function
f(x) = −x + (3/x) + 1

After deriving it, I got
-1+(0/1)+0= -1
But this answer is wrong, and I don't know why.
Thank You

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