Applied Calculus
posted by Jacob .
Find the derivative of the function:
f(x)=(x^2+9)/square roote of x

f(x)=u/v
f'=u'/v v'u/v^2
can you do that? u=x^2+9 v=x^.5
u'=2x v'=1/2 x^.5 
Yeah, what I accidently did was I tried to solve it further, but I completely over thought that. Thank you Bob!
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