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Differentiate
f(x)=(x^(3)-8)^(2/3)
Please Show Work

  • Calculus -

    Just use the good old chain rule.

    f = (x3-8)2/3

    f' = 2/3 * (x3-8)-1/3 * 3x2

    f' = 2x2/(x3-8)1/3

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