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Homework Help: Calculus I

Posted by Priscilla on Tuesday, April 10, 2012 at 11:16am.

Find the derivative

** (sq root)

y = (square root) x + (2nd sq root) x +
(3rd sq root) x

** All the x's is under three sq roots

y' = 1/2(sq rt) x + 1/(sq rt) x +
3/2(sq rt) x


Is this right?

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