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What is the derivative of square root x ?

  • calculus -

    f(x)= x^n

    f'= n x^(n-1)

    Doesn't n= 1/2 in the squareroot case?

  • calculus -

    Oh now I see Thank You

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    Oh pardon me i meant to ask what is the anti-derivative of square root x

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