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posted by Ashton .
Find the derivative of the function f by using the rules of differentiation.
f(u)=10/ãu
f '(u) = ??

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Reiny
I will assume you meant to type
f(u) = 10/√u , but the font came out weird
f(u) = 10 u^(1/2)
f'(u) = 5 u^(3/2)
or 5/(√(u^3)
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