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Find the derivative of the function.

y = (x^2+8x+3)/square root of x

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[(x^.5)(2x+8) - (x^2+8x+3)(.5x^-.5)]/x^1

[2 x^1.5 + 8x^.5 -.5x^1.5 - 8x^.5 -3x^-.5]/x^1

1.5 x^.5 - 3 x^-1.5

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