
use the product rule on
y = (x^(1/2))(x10)
dy/dx = x^(1/2) (1) + (1/2)x^(1/2) (x10)
= (1/2) x^(1/2) ( 2x + x10)
= (3x10)/(2√x)posted by Reiny

Thank you so much! I didn't think to use the product rule.
posted by michelle
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